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52 in 1 Memory Card Reader

by Paul Strauss
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DTech 52 in 1 Memory Card ReaderThe Dtech memory card reader supports a whopping 52 memory card formats, including: CF I, CF II, Extreme CF, Extreme III CF, Ultra II CF, HS CF, XS-XS CF, CF Elite PRO, CF PRO, CF PRO II, IMB MD, Hitachi MD, MagicStor, MS, MS PRO, MS Duo, MS PRO Duo, MS MG, MS MG PRO, MS MG Duo, MS MG PRO Duo, Extreme MS PRO, Extreme III MS PRO, Ultra II MS PRO, HS MS MG PRO, HS MS MG PRO Duo, HS MS PRO, HS MS PRO Duo, MS ROM, MS Select, SD, *MiniSD, HS Mini SD, Extreme SD, Extreme III SD, Ultra II SD, SD-Ultra-X, Ultra speed SD, SD PRO, SD Elite PRO, HS SD, MMC, MMC 4.0, HS MMC, HS RS MMC, RS MMC, RS MMC 4.0, DV-RS MMC, SM, SM ROM, XD, and *T-Flash (* requires adapter).

And if that’s not enough, the device also provides Bluetooth connectivity for your computer. Priced at just $25 USD, it’s a must for graphic designers who need to be able to read cards provided by their clients.

[via Coolest-Gadgets via CNet Asia]

ED: What is is about the number 52 this week? I just realized that I’ve posted three (1, 2, 3) articles in the last 24 hours all with the number 52 in the headline. I wish I could play that number on the roulette wheel!

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