Silicon Power released the Handy 33 in 1 card reader

Silicon-Power--Handy-33-in-1-Card-ReaderAs one of the leaders in manufacturing flash memory products, Silicon Power today released the Handy 33 in 1 card reader. The Handy 33 in 1 card reader features curvaceous corners and a dedicated finger indent for users to grasp the reader firmly when plugging-in or pulling-out flash cards. At each card slot on the reader, you will find icon-like flash card illustrations for all the corresponding cards to help users quickly identify the correct card type and the corresponding reader slot. Silicon Power’s Handy 33 in 1 card reader is available in elegant black and white, it displays and brings simplicity and convenience to access data on modern day digital hand held devices.

The Silicon Power Handy 33 in 1 card reader supports all main stream flash cards with stability and compatibility. It has 6 card slots and utilizes USB 2.0 interface (read up to 480Mb/sec). For mobile phone flash cards such as miniSD/SDHC, microSD/microSDHC, MMCmobile, MS PRO Duo, M2, etc. can be read directly. On camera flash memory cards, the Handy 33 in 1 can read CompactFlash, MicroDrive, xD and the most popular SD/SDHC cards on the market!

Silicon Power’s Handy 33-in-1 Card Reader

Features:

Compatible with USB 2.0(read up to 480 Mbps/sec)

Flash memory cards can be read directly without the need for adaptors

Support multiple flash memory card types

-M2

-microSD, microSDHC

-CF Type I, CF Type II, CF PRO, CF PRO II, MicroDrive, Magicstor

M.S. PRO-HG Duo, M.S. Duo, MagicGate M.S. Duo, M.S. PRO Duo, MagicGate M.S. PRO Duo

-SD, SDHC, miniSD, miniSDHC, MMC, MMC 4.0, MMCplus, MMCmobile, RSMMC

-xD , xD Type M, xD Type H, M.S., MagicGate M.S., M.S. Select, M.S. PRO, MagicGate M.S. PRO

Hot plug and play compatible

One-year warranty

Specifications:

Dimension:86 mm x 60 mm x 16.8 mm

Weight:47g

Supported operating system:Windows 2000, XP, and Vista 32/64bit, Mac 9.0.4~9.2.2x (driver needed), and 10.1.2~10.4.7

Operating temperature:0°C ~ 50°C

Storage temperature:-25 ~ 60℃

Source: Silicon Power

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