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No-name Card Reader Writer 7 in 1 USB 2.0

  

  

One of the unidentified devices is compatible with Flash type I/II, MicroDrive, Smart Media, MultiMedia Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick/PRO, and Secure Digital Card formats. Although we couldn’t find any signs that would point at the manufacturer, the device looks exactly like the one displayed at the website of Panram International. The flat case made of gray “a la silver” plastic has a short integrated USB cable that can be folded inside. The top of the device carries an activity LED. The dimensions of the reader are 105x75x15mm; it is accompanied with a USB cable and a drivers CD. The average retail price of the device is $14.

No-name Internal 7 in 1 Card Reader

  

  

This no-name device is installed into a 3.5” bay of the system case. It supports Compact Flash type I/II, MicroDrive, Smart Media, MultiMedia Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick/Pro, and Secure Digital Card. There are two indicators (power and operation mode) on the face panel. Besides the card slots, there is also an external USB port available there. The USB connector is attached inside the system case to the mainboard’s onboard USB header. The dimensions are 152x100x26mm; the reader comes with a pack of fastening screws, a drivers CD and a USB cable. Its average retail price is $14.

No-name Card Reader 9 in 1 USB 2.0

  

  

This card-reader from an unknown manufacturer is made of gray plastic. The top of the case has activity and power LED indicators. The reader supports Compact Flash type I/II, MicroDrive, Smart Media, MultiMedia Card, RS MultiMedia Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, Secure Digital Card, and xD Picture Card media. Its dimensions are 110x58x15mm. The accessories include a drivers CD, a USB cable and a brief product description. The retail price of this device is $14.

 
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