The Dazzle 6 in 1 can read any flash media from any digital device and is upgradeable for future formats. The dual-slot design accepts all types of media including CompactFlash (CF) Type I and II, IBM Microdrive, SmartMedia (SM), SD Card (SD), MultiMediaCard (MMC) and Sony Memory Stick (MS) - note that there is a problem reading Lexar Media 128MB Memory Stick modules. The upper slot accomodates the CF Type I and II devices, the lower slot handles SM, SD, MMC and MS cards.
The Dazzle 6 in 1 reader is available now with a suggested retail price of $49.99.
It works with Windows or Mac PC (see exact OS specs below) but the bundled software is for
Windows only. The Dazzle OnDVD software utility allows consumers to quickly and easily
transfer photos from a digital camera to a PC, create a photo slideshow and then burn it
on a CD for playback on a DVD player. Dazzle products can be purchased from CompUSA, Best
Buy, Fry's Electronics, Micro Center, Office Depot, Staples and Sears and are also
available online at
The installation was quick and easy on my Pentium III 1000MHz machine running Windows 98 Second Edition. You load the software drivers first and then plug in the card reader and after the usual "detecting new hardware" routine it is ready to be used. The Dazzle 6 in 1 reader can be used as a removable disk drive, with USB true plug-and-play capability. For newer operating systems including Windows Me and Windows XP, the Dazzle 6 in 1 is mass storage compliant and requires no additional software drivers to be installed.
PC System Requirements - Operating System Windows® 98SE, Windows® 2000, Windows® ME, and Windows® XP CPU: 200 MHz or higher processor Available Disk Space: 1 MB free disk space Additional Requirements: Available USB port
Macintosh System Requirements - Operating System Mac OS 9.x CPU: G3 Processor or better
Available Disk Space: 1MB
Dazzle OnDVD 1.5Take your digital pictures and turn them into photo albums that can be played on your home DVD player! Digital cameras allow you to take an unlimited number of photographs that quickly pile up on your computer and become difficult to manage. Where can you keep them all, and how do you keep from losing them? You can save the plain old files on a CD, but then you can just view them on your computer. With OnDVD, you can create digital family photo albums that can be played right on your TV's DVD player.
And what if you want reprints? Just like saving the original negatives of your photographic prints, OnDVD keeps a copy of each original, high quality digital photograph on the CD itself. Favorite photos can easily be turned into photographic prints ready to be framed for years of display. You can even share your photo albums over the Internet through the Dazzle Webcast Theater. OnDVD makes it simple to turn your thousands of digital pictures into digital photo albums that can be enjoyed and shared for a lifetime!
Windows® 98, Windows® 2000, Windows® ME, and Windows® XP
CPU: Pentium® II 300 MHz or higher; AMD K6® III 400 MHz or higher
RAM: 32 MB required, 64 MB recommended
Available Disk Space: 32 MB for Application Installation, Up to 1 GB
available for workspace
If you need the ability to transfer data between any type of media to any other type
of media you might want to look at the BUSlink 6in1 card
reader with four seperate card slots.
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