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Traxdata launches 11-in-1 Memory Card Reader

This goes to show you how confusing and excessive the portable memory market has gotten. Cornexx Technology just released an 11-in-1 Memory Card Reader to cover all the available flash memory formats on the market.

The USB 2.0 reader/writer should hold everyone over for the next 6 months or so until the next big format is released, however, it is missing the new T-Flash card but it does have RS-MMC.

It will sell for €17.99 and can run on Windows98/98SE/ME/2000/XP, Mac operating systems, and Linux.

The Traxdata 11-in-1 Memory Card Reader is compatible with the following formats: CompactFlash Types I and II; Microdrive; SmartMedia; MultiMediaCard; RS-MMC; SecureDigital; miniSD; MemoryStick; MemoryStick PRO; and MemoryStick Duo.

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