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Transcend P8 All-in-One Card Reader Available in Pearly Pink & Baby Blue

Transcends best-selling P8 all-in-one USB Card Reader is now available in pearly pink and baby blue. The versatile Transcend P8 card reader is designed completely from an aesthetic perspective including its shape, color, finish, details and even its functions.

LaCie Data/Share- SD and MicroSD Dual USB Card Reader

LaCie Data/Share is an inventive product designed to combine standard memory cards and the ubiquitous USB interface to enhance and simplify user’s digital lives. Customers can insert their SD and microSD cards into the corresponding LaCie Data/Share slot and instantly create a USB-ready storage key, or just a quick and easy way to access their […]

SanDisk slotMusic: microSD Cards Preloaded with Music

SanDisk announced slotMusic, a new way for musicians to sell DRM-free tunes: on miniSD cards. Each 1GB card will playback music at up to 320 kilobytes per second and carry music from EMI Music, Sony BMG, Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group artists, along with whatever video and other media the artists choose; users […]

PQI M722 2-in-1 Card Reader

The PQI M722 2-in-1 card reader supports microSD, microSDHC and M2 flash cards. PQI M722 card reader can be used as a mobile phone dongle and is compatible with USB 1.1 / 2.0 interface. It is easy to use and does not require driver installation, extra cables or external power source.

Sony Ericsson 3G modems

Sony Ericsson unveiled two new USB modems for frequent travelers – the MD400 and MD400g. The MD400 and its GPS-capable equivalent MD400g each support 3G cellular data up to 7.2Mbps over virtually any HSDPA-based network, including those in North America.