ADATA Launches Micro-sized microReader version III
"Memory and flash memory products manufacturer ADATA technology today announced the release of their latest Micro Memory Card Reader."
Published: 29th November 2010 | Source: ADATA Technology |
Memory and flash memory products manufacturer ADATA technology today announced the release of their latest Micro Memory Card Reader. Aptly named the microReader version III, the super compact device is an extremely stylish one that can be just as easy to misplace.
Memory cards have become the preferred medium of data storage in a number of devices, particularly mobile phones. For people on the move, memory-enable digital devices including mobile phones are indispensible. At the same time, they also need a proper medium for transferring the data stored on the memory cards to their notebooks or desktop systems. While most modern notebooks carry a multi-card reader slot, moving and sharing personal files from the memory card to a desktop can be a hassle if there is no USB cable available.
ADATA’s newest offering has the ability to remove this hassle. The new microReader version III is no larger than a small coin and weighs in at an astounding 3 grams – easily one of the smallest and lightest memory card readers currently available. Despite this, the reader comes equipped with its own USB connector, so users can easily plug it into any USB slot of a notebook or desktop computer.
With its ultra-compact size, the reader does not block any nearby ports, thereby keeping the system open for additional connections. In addition to ease of connectivity, the microReader version III is also equipped with a patented one-push card-ejector system that makes card retrieval easier than imagined.
Though extraordinarily attractive, the extra small size of the reader also means the reader can easily be misplaced. So ADATA has presented the microReader version III in two eye-catching colors – elegant black and passionate red, making it relatively simple to spot and remember. There is also a classy LED indicator on the device to let users know if the device is in use.
As if all of these features are not enough to attract buyers, ADATA has clubbed the new reader with its microSD/microSDHC memory cards to present a complete bundle. The combination instantly converts the microReader into an ultra-compact USB drive that lets users carry and share all the data they wish to quickly and efficiently.
While the product has already been listed on the ADATA website, there is no word of its availability or its price.
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