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Ilse Jurriën : August 6th 2005 - 09:40 CET

Fujifilm DPC-23in1 card reader


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FujifilmFujifilm DPC-23in1 card reader : Fujifilm offers a reader for all current memory cards, the Fujifilm DPC-23in1 card reader reads and writes at high speed. Who hasn’t already had problems with different memory card formats? Now there is a small, compact reader from Fujifilm for 23 different variants. From CompactFlash over SD and the xD Picture Card through to the newest tiny microSD or Reduced Size MM cards, the card reader reads and writes practically every format which is currently on the market. The information from 23 different commercial memory cards is transferred over a USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface to one’s own PC at high speed and up to 480MB. The tiny dimensions make this versatile product the ideal travel companion.
Fujifilm DPC-23in1 card readerFujifilm DPC 23-in1 specifications
It is little bigger than a matchbox and weighs only 45 grams. Available at the recommended retail price of 19.90 euro in camera shops and wherever digital cameras are sold. Technical information: dimensions: 63 mm x 62 mm x 11 mm, weight: 45 g, power supply: over a USB bus and interface: USB 2.0 High Speed (480 Mbps). The new Fujifilm DPC-23in1 reader is available in Germany. For other countries you will need to inform with your local dealer of directly with the Fujifilm importer.

Card reader - Convenient
The data stored on a memory card can be converted to a computer in different ways: via the equipment that stored the data or via a cardreader or adaptor. The cardreader has to be inserted in the computer only once and then becomes a steady part of the computer configuration. By putting the memory card into the cardreader the data can be converted to the computer without the interference of a digital camera, MP3 player etc. Conversion of the data happens through USB connection and therefore it happens very fast. There is no need to use electricity or battery: the cardreader gets its energy directly from the computer. The stored data increases every day, so the conversion tends to get slower, takes more time, which affects the battery capacity of a digital camera. A cardreader doesn't know all these problems and provides a trouble-free conversion!





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