New Kingston 19-in-1 Media Reader

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Kingston Technology is proud to announce the new Kingston 19-in-1
Media Reader – a versatile, hi-speed flash memory card reader. It
looks similar to my cheap Made In China Multifunction Card Reader but
it has added MicroSD, MMCmicro slots which lets it work with 19
Different Formats.

With four built-in slots to handle the various card formats, the
Kingston 19-in-1 Media Reader has a unique retractable chassis that
keeps inserted cards safe. It also houses a short, compact USB cable
for use on the go with a notebook or other portable device with a USB
port. A detachable three-foot extension USB cable is also included for
use at home or at the office. The Kingston 19-in-1 Media Reader
carries a two-year warranty.

“The new media reader handles so many different card types that it’s
ideal for the consumer or business professional who uses multiple card
formats to transfer data, music, photos, videos and other files
between mobile phones, cameras, PCs and other devices,” said Dave Lee,
Flash Memory Product Manager, APAC Region, Kingston.

New Kingston 19-in-1 Media Reader Features/Benefits:

* Slider Chassis: built-in LED indicator and self-contained 3″ USB
cable (Type A plug)
* Portable: convenient small size; no power cable required
* Extension Cable: includes an additional three-foot USB cable for
stationary use
* Versatile: with four slots, supports 19 different Flash card
formats: CompactFlash(R) Type I and II, SD(tm), SDHC(tm), miniSD(tm), miniSDHC(tm),
microSD(tm), microSDHC(tm), MMC, MMCmobile(tm) (DV RSMMC), MMCplus(tm), MMCmicro(tm),
RS-MMC, Microdrive; as well as Memory Stick(R) Micro (M2), Memory
Stick(R), Memory Stick(R) PRO, Memory Stick(R) Duo and Memory Stick(R) PRO
* Standardized: complies with USB 2.0 specification standards;
backwards compatible with USB 1.1
* Easy: plug-and-play into any USB 2.0 or 1.1 port

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