Silicon Power outs new All In One card reader

Silicon Power rolls out a new compact All In One card reader, make it easy to maintain all of your different memory cards from cameras to smartphones.

The new card reader measures 74.5×60.5×22.5mm, weights only 50g , supports all the main stream flash cards,  has 5 card slots that can read and write simultaneously, a LED indicator for power on and data access and has an integrated mini USB cable. The All in One solution is available in classic black and white, backed by a two-year warranty, no price information yet…

Silicon Power All-in-One card reader

Supported flash memory card types

  • CF TypeI
  • xD
  • SD, SDHC, miniSDHC, MMC, MMC mobile, MMC plus,
  • micro SD, micro SDHC
  • Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo
  • the following memory card types need to use the adapter card: MS Micro(M2), mini SD, MMC micro, MMC mobile, RS MMC.

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