The takeMS Cardreader Portable mobilizes!
The Cardreader Portable convinces through its noble design with a boasted aluminium cap in the colours black or silver. Thanks to its light 23 grams and its dimensions of 54*53*15 mm (h*b*d) there are no limits to mobility. The Cardreader Portable's key advantage: The USB port has been directly integrated - You do not need a separate adaptor. With the Cardreader Portable you are immediately ready to go. It exploits the USB 2.0-Standard perfectly with a transmission rate of 480 Mbit/s. The useful Plug&Play function (no installation needed) enables very simple and easy handling. The Hot-Swap ability ensures that the card can be plugged into a running device. The Cardreader Portable USB 2.0 is a multi-card-reading and writing device and supports Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista, Mac OS 9.2 and more recent versions.
More information at www.takems.com.
ultron AG - Business Unit takeMS
takeMS international AG is one of the leading manufacturers of memory products world-wide. In more than 50 countries the name takeMS stands for highest quality standards and a convincing price performance ratio. takeMS has settled the demanding German quality guidelines as its standard. With its millionfold sold products takeMS has received the highest honour a company can receive: the confidence of its long standing customers. Additionally numerous national and international awards for takeMS products confirm the high requirement of this young company. The conviction in its products allows takeMS to grant a 10 years warranty on memory modules, 5 years on its innovative flash and USB products and 2 years on hard drives, digital frames and navigation systems.
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