By plugging a small card reading device into the Apple's iPhone's headphone jack, anybody with the device can instantly conduct magnetic card transactions using the iPhone application service
It will accept about any type of general magnetic card, including Visa, Master card, AMEX, and Discover,Individuals and businesses can accept card payments using a phone or Apple's iPad Track sales, tips, tax, and send receipts electronically
The system has taken additional steps to protect personal information using a sophisticated encryption program to ensure data integrity and to build up trust to the customers
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Q:anyone know what a card reader is?
hi Sheryl a card reader is essentially a device that accepts several types of storage media including sd-cards and micro-sd cards there are also different types of card readers including : 1) a dedicated card reader which only has memory card slots these accept SDHC (UHS-I), SDXC (UHS-I), microSDHC, Compact Flash, MS Cards and many more 2) card readers with usb2.0 ports these are like dedicated card readers but also have 1 or more usb2.0 ports for even more storage capability ( more expensive models support usb3.0 ) 3) card readers/fan controllers . these again are like dedicated card readers but also have controls to change the speed of your case fans finally theres also portable card readers which are probally the best choice for most home users these are usb devices and the card reader simply plugs into any spare usb port on your pc or laptop . this then allows you to read most types of memory cards . a good example of this is the Signalex Multislot Card Reader ( poundland.co.uk/leisure-and-e ) and at just £1 its extremely good value . ( ive purchased several of these and they do the job very well .) I hope this has helped Sheryl. any questions let me know good luck mate !
Q:Where can you buy card readers?
Best Buy, Wal Mart, just to name two places- also online. Just Google card readers. Make sure you get either a multi-format reader or one for your kind of card- probably an SD card, but possibly another format, depending on your camera. If you have a lap top, some of them have slots built in.
Q:How to access my SD Memory Card Reader?
All you have to do is go into My Computer and find the removable drive. Next, double click on the drive and it will open up.
Q:Poor access to the card reader, how to do?
2, check the memory card is inserted (there will be a plug does not go in);
Q:psychics mediums card readers?
Ask for the white witch in Alfiston, everyone knows here overthere and she's the best and honest.
Q:Have you ever visited a psychic/palm reader/ tarot card reader?
I visited a palm reader when I was 19. She told me that I was born in November, and I would marry when I was 23 to a man with the first initial M, but I would never have kids. I was born in February, married when I was 26 to a man named James and I have two kids. Yeah she was spot on alright. lol
Q:I have no idea why my Memory Card Reader/Writer will not workCould any help please?!?
Inser the SD card into the drive Open Windows Explorer Select the files you want to copy and drag them onto the SD card icon in the explorer.
Q:Trying to transfer files via SD card.?
The card is probably formatted in a format the computer doesn't understand. Some systems require cards to be formatted in a specific format so it can read it. Example NTFS FAT32 FAT Don't format the card now if it's loaded with pictures. Try to transfer the pictures via a usb cable that connects to the camera instead. Maybe that will allow the transfer. Sometimes you can copy the card data into a storage chip within the camera.
Q:HELP WITH MY CARD READER/ WRITER!!!!??
1. Try to insert your card correctly. 2. Try to format your card (make it as a new). 3. Try to clean card's contacts using rubber eraser. Good luck!
Q:which of these card readers is any good?
Your cost depends on the format you want to read cards, and how many very different cards you want to give it -- however, this often doesn't matter, as it's dog *** cheap either way. But, you DO need to make sure your card is among them, but it's pretty unlikely it isn't. But, if you need a SINGLE device to provide acess to over a dozen (different format) cards that you need to insert in that divice, that is a significant part of it's cost. If you're need it for that To insert a plethoria of different memory cards, from rare to common. After that, cost only has to do with interface (or transfer rate) Such as, do you desire a PCMCIA interface, USB interface (external thing hanging off laptop) and do you care about how long it takes that USB interfance to take to copy, assuming your laptop fits specifications. Time, in this case (transfer rates) usually isn't a big deal in this case, unless you are transferring a lot of cards to the laptop. But it is a big part of cost. For a single 512 mb filled card, you're talking like, 50 seconds vs 10 seconds. 1 card, no big deal, but if you plan on taking dozens/hundreds of cards to that laptop, then it's a concern. This is where USB 1.0/2.0 (and laptop) and PCMCIA comes into concern. (The interface/transfer rate) Memory card readers are just really cheap. The other ones have added features that make them expensive -- like the interface (PCMCIA) transfer rates, and allowing a single device to accept a multitude of different cards. It this a necessity? To answer your question more precisely, Good here just means what your needs are. If it fits your style memory card, then it'll do it. One can't do it better. It can do it faster, or a different one, or be cosmetically different but just goes back to what your needs are. As far as brands/etc that's nonsense difference. (Often they even use the exact same chipsets too)