Silicon Power launches support for professional photographers

SP (Silicon Power), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of flash memory announced today the launch of an all new USB 3.0 all-in-one card reader. This card reader is simply amazing; it features universal compatibility with storage devices used in most cameras today and, will transfer that data at an astonishing 5GB/s. It is the ultimate link between high performance memory cards and storage devices for professional level photographers.

This card reader was designed to accommodate all mainstream memory cards, containing five card slots for simultaneous read and write cycles, it’s even equipped with the latest SDXC UHS-1 memory card. Whether you are looking to upload every second of high definition video or a series of high resolution action shots it will get the job done in a matter of seconds.

Weighing barely 55g, the USB 3.0 ALL IN ONE card reader is small and compact, designed to take up only the minimum space needed. It contains a 50cm USB cable as well as an LED power indicator: the ALL IN ONE card reader really is the epitome of convenience for the owners of desktop computers and laptops alike.

Tech Specs

Compatible with USB3.0, USB 2.0 devices
Support 5Gb/s super-speed, 480 Mb/s high-speed, and 12 Mb/s full-speed transfer rates
Five card slots that can read and write simultaneously
-CF
-XD
-M2/micro SD/SDHC/SDXC
-SD/MMC/SDHC/SDXC
-MS Pro/MS Duo/MS Pro Duo/MS Pro HG/MS XC
Support new spec card & capacity
-SDXC UHS-I: upto 2TB
-MS Pro HG/MS XC: upto 32GB
-CF / Ultra DMA mode 7
LED indicates the usage status
With 50cm USB3.0 cable
2-year warranty

Specification
Dimensions: 73 x 50 x 13 mm
Weight: 55g (excluding USB transmission cable)
Support OS: Windows 2000 SP4,Windows XP SP3,Windows Vista Home Basic (32Bits),Windows Vista Ultimate (64Bits),Windows 7 Ultimate (32Bits),Windows 7 Ultimate (64Bits),Linux Fedora 11 (kernel 2.6.X),Mac 10.2.8,Mac 10.5.6,Mac 10.5.8,Mac 10.6.4
*Windows XP (SP1) and 2000 do not support SDXC format (exFAT format).
** Mac OS X 10.6.5 or later support exFAT format.
Operation temperature: 0°C ~ 70°C
Storage temperature: -20°C ~ 60 °C
Color: White

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