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Lexar debuts single-slot CompactFlash reader

updated 01:40 pm EDT, Tue October 18, 2005

Single-slot card reader

Lexar Media today announced that it has enhanced its line of memory card readers from the new Professional CompactFlash Reader and high-speed multi-card readers to the single slot unit, ideal for the mobile photographer. Lexar's transfers images to notebook computers, while providing high-speed data transfer rates similar to FireWire and USB 2.0 readers. Lexar's 32-Bit Card Bus Reader supports all CompactFlash Type I and Type II cards and works with both Mac and PC laptops.

Lexar's Multi-Card Reader is a high-speed device that transfers images and information between flash memory cards and destination computers. The Multi-Card Reader is compatible with CompactFlash Type I and Type II, Smart Media, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, MultiMediaCard (MMC), Secure Digital (SD), Mini Secure Digital (miniSD), xD-Picture Card, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Duo PRO, Reduced-Size MMC and Micro Drives.

Lexar's Professional CompactFlash Reader is designed in a rugged black housing which is capable of withstanding the active and often demanding environment of a professional photography studio, and features a prominently placed LED indicator to signify when the data transfer session is complete. The LED also functions as a CompactFlash eject button and is part of the "one-hand" design that allows cards to be ejected quickly and easily.




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