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21-in-1 card reader for MacBook Pros debuts

updated 02:15 pm EDT, Tue August 21, 2007

ExpressCard/34 card reader

Sonnet Technologies has introduced a 21-in-1 multimedia memory card reader designed to fit in the ExpressCard/34 slots on MacBook Pros. The device inserts flush inside a MacBook Pro's ExpressCard slot so it can be carried inside the computer slot even when not in use. It includes support for the following formats: Memory Stick, MMC (Multimedia Card), SD (Secure Digital), XD-Picture Card, and all their variations. The card also works in the larger ExpressCard/54 slots. The reader requires a MacBook Pro running Mac OS X Version 10.4 or later and is priced at $30.




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  1. diamondsw

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    No SD-HC? Meh.

    SLSIA

  1. Mr. Fartleberry

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    21 Formats I don't think

    That looks like 4 mini-card formats. When is Apple ever going to smarten up and provide a CF card slot in its so called "professional" laptops?

  1. hayesk

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Re: 21 formats i don't th

    Because it would go unused for most customers. Get a CF card reader for the express card slot if you want. That's why it's there - so you can get a reader to suit your needs.

  1. que_ball

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    CF bigger than 34mm slot

    I believe a compact flash card is physically larger than the 34mm slot size so any reader of this format cannot be made flush using this size of slot.

    List of express card memory card readers: http://www.expresscard.org/web/site/cons_wtb.jsp#adap

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