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MediaGear - New 10 in 4 Push Button Reader
Dennis Hissink : December 20th 2004 - 00:18 CET
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MediaGearMediaGear Inc. announced the immediate availability of its new 10 in 4 Push-Button Reader that makes it easy to copy photos on any flash memory card directly to your computer. MediaGear will exhibit the new 10 in 4 Push-Button Reader at the Flash Forward Area, Booth #1, at CES 2005, in Las Vegas. The new 10 in 4 Push-Button Reader is a convenient way to quickly free up space on your memory cards by transferring your photos directly to your computer. Just insert any flash media card into the provided card slots, and push the one-touch copy button to easily store all your files to your computer at ultra fast USB 2.0 speeds. The 10 in 4 Push-Button Reader also includes a USB 2.0 hub, and comes complete with two USB 2.0 ports.
MediaGear - New 10 in 4 Push Button ReaderOne USB 2.0 port is located on the front for convenience; the other port is located on the rear for utility use.

"Now, saving your photos from your digital camera couldn't be easier," noted Don Wallis, VP of Sales for MediaGear. "By pressing one button, the 10 in 4 Push-Button Reader will back up all the files stored on the inserted flash media card directly to your computer, without using a mouse. It automatically creates a file folder. With the convenient two-port USB 2.0 hub, you can read thumb drives too."

Flash Media Cards Supported by the 10 in 4 Push-Button Reader include:

- Compact Flash Type I (CF)
- Compact Flash Type II (CF)
- Microdrive (MD)
- Memory Stick (MS)
- Memory Stick Pro
- SmartMedia (SM)
- Secure Digital (SD)
- MultiMediaCard (MMC)
- xD-Picture Card (xD)

The 10 in 4 Push-Button Reader is compatible with Microsoft XP, 2000, 98SE, and ME as well as with Mac OS 10.2.x, 10.1.2+, 9.2.x, and OS 9.1.x.
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