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Slot1: Memory Stick Micro(M2)
Slot2: SD, SD-HC, Mini-SD.
Slot3: Micro-SD(T-Flash)

Slot4:MMC,MMC Mobile, RS-MMC,Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro DUO



*Turns a single USB port into 4 USB 2.0 ports

*Transfers your data at up to 480Mbps

*Installs easily with all your USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 devices

*Mini and compact design, perfect for travel specification

*Interface: USB2.0, Compatible with USB1.1

*Data Transfer rate:1.5Mbps/12Mbps/up to 480Mbps

*Bus-Power Limit current protection 500mA


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We are iETOP Electronics Co. based in Hong Kong, with a factory in Dongguan.


We have extensive 7 years experience in our field of products which include and is not limited to usb hub, card reader, cables, usb light, usb car chargers, mouse pads and keypads.  


We hope to do your business!


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Free logo print and any color on orders over 1000 pcs


Q1: Are electronics cheap in
A: Of course. They are very cheap. The factories provide the goods. One-stop sourcing.
Q2: Why are electronics so cheap in ok order?
A: On ok order they are the lowest price. Because it is a wholesale website and factory provide goods.
Q3: Do all electronics have silicon in them?
A: No but most modern ones do. Older electronics that don't require micro chips don't have to have silicon at all, and their mother boards are made from copper. Silicon is used in micro chips as a semi-conductor in modern electronics but some other semi-metals, like gallium and germanium can also be used. Silicon is just the most common because it is so plentiful. 



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Q:difference between xd reader writer and memory card reader?
There are very many different formats when it comes to memory cards - the most common on the nokia phones are either the mini SD or micro SD cards - these are just minature versions of SD cards. Fuji film and olympus on a joint venture produced a new card more optimised for cameras this was called the xd card - it is a different size, has different pins and is optimised for use in cameras. At the time it came out it was a new type of memory media with an ultra-compact design with theoretical image storage capacity of up to 8 gigabytes and compatibility with different digital camera brands (that supported this format) The type of memory card you use is dictated by which digital device you are using. These physically different cards are *not* interchangeable, eg sd card pheripheral will not take xd etc (not unless it was made specifically to do so which is very rare). If you have a card reader that will read/write SD cards you will be able to read micro and mini SD cards with the aid of an adapter (which makes the mini and micro sd cards into the same size as a normal sd card and fit into an sd drive. The xd card is physically a different shape - broader, but shorter. You will need a xd drive to read/write to these cards. If your card reader is xd only then it will *not* read SD cards. The Reader actually requires a different slot for the SD card. Get a multicard reader. I found i had a variety of sd cards/mini sd/xd cards/sony stick and compact flash cards between my camera/pda and phone devcies so i bought a multi card reader too - there are many makes around and are very common - these come in many varieties depending on the desired computer interface. The most common type are made for PCs and connect to the USB port. Make sure you buy one with all the different formats you have got then you will be able to use the one reader to read a variety of cards as I do. Merry Christmas and Seasonal Greetings!
Q:How to use an external card reader?
If I am reading this right you are talking about credit cards. If that is the case, (and I have hooked one of these up for a business) they are meant to be plugged into a router, not the computer. They do not need drivers as the whole thing is self-contained and interfaces with your router. As for transferring funds, these machines are for Point of Sale purchases and not designed to transfer money or credit.
Q:Card Reader Problem?
Setup the BIOS defaults by pressing F10 immediatkey once you turn on the computer. You might need to download BIOS update for the respective moe but before doing that please contact the HP Phone Support to make sure if they've any other update. Long time, Hp computer had the same problem, if they connected any USB device such as Printers/AIO, it will not pass the HP Logo screen nd after doing the BIOS update it resolves.
Q:If I record a video on a normal camera will a card reader work to upload the video to my computer?
Card readers read everything that is stored on the card, including video files. On some camera models, the videos are stored in the same folders as the image files, while other models will use a separate folder. You do need to make sure that your computer is capable of reading the camera's video codec, either by installing software provided by the camera manufacturer, or downloading the codec elsewhere. If the computer does not have the codec, the media player may show a black screen with only audio, or may not play the file at all. When using the USB cord with the camera turned on, the OS should detect the connected camera and let you view its contents using its file explorer. Some OSes will launch their own transfer utility. Many camera manufacturers also provide transfer software.
Q:how to use a multi card reader to put songs on it?
1) just put ur sd card in multicard reader SD slot 2) Connect u r multi card reader to computer 3) Drag drop or copy paste the music/data u want in u r card 4) remove the reader and ur SD card from the reader. 5) Put ur sd card in the mobile, n u will have u r music.
Q:What is a 7:1 card reader like in a laptop?
That means it has 1 drive that will read 7 different types of memory cards. You know, the memory cards that go into camera. You say you have an SD Card (SanDisk)? That is a VERY popular standard and I would bet my life that the SD is one of those 7 types of cards that your laptop can read.
Q:Media Card Reader for Desktop?
yup. they sell x-in-1 media card readers in the computer stores. Check your local Fry's Electronics, Best Buy, etc They're pretty cheap and will occupy an internal USB port on your mobo.
Q:how do i upload my pictures to my computer w/o a card reader?
Didn't your camera come with some sort of cord to connect it to the computer? Try that, if it doesn't work then there should also be some software/drivers that came with the camera. Honestly you can get one of those 1 in 12 (maybe even more) card readers on amazon for like $8. That's a guess, but last time I checked (ages ago) they were like $15.
Q:Square up debit card reader?
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Q:dynex card reader's installation CD stuck in my macbook pro?
There is no easy way to fix this, and the unfortunate thing is you didn't even need to insert the cd in the first place because the Mac software will automatically pick up any memory card you use in the reader. My best advice to you is to take your MacBook Pro to a certified technician to remove it, as it's easy to damage the cd rom drive.

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