ImageMate 8-in-1

October 2003 update: SanDisk has updated the ImageMate to an 8-in-1 device now as it handles xD-Picture Card and Memory Stick Pro media as well as the original six flash media types.SanDisk's ImageMate 8-in-1 is a priceless peripheral for today's digicam or multimedia users. If you're like me you change digicams and storage media frequently, now you only need one card reader. The ImageMate 8-in-1's four slots can simultaneously accommodate CompactFlash Type I or II cards, SmartMedia, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Secure Digital, MultiMedia cards and xD-Picture Cards -- just stick your card in the appropriate slot and go!   (Note that Sandisk does not recommend it for use with Microdrives).The ImageMate 8-in-1 is a high speed USB 2.0 device and is capable of transfer rates as high as 480 Megabits per second. When used with older systems it's backwards compatible with the USB 1.1 standards but the transfer rate

FriendlyNET GiniII 6in1 Memory Reader/Writer

Asante's $39 FriendlyNET GiniII 6in1 memory reader/writer for USB 2.0 supports the 6 most popular types of digital media: Sony Memory Stick, CompactFlash, IBM Microdrive, SmartMedia, MultiMediaCard (MMC), and Secure Digital (SD). With 4 slots, the Gini II even allows users to copy between the different media cards. No additional adapters are required except for the new xD-Picture Cards -- just stick your card in the appropriate slot and go!The FriendlyNET GiniII is a high speed USB 2.0 device and is capable of transfer rates as high as 480 Megabits per second. When used with older systems it's backwards compatible with the USB 1.1 standards but the transfer rate drops to a maximum of 12 Megabits per second.This card reader / writer is also perfect for those with MP3 players, PDA's and mobile phones as well as digital cameras or camcorders. Anybody that transfers or stores data on flash memory cards

Multi-Card Reader USB 2.0

Lexar's Multi-Card Reader supports 8 different types of popular memory cards: Sony Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, CompactFlash, IBM Microdrive, SmartMedia, MultiMediaCard (MMC), Secure Digital and xD-Picture Cards. Shown above are all the card types that the Multi-Card Reader handles except the MMC card, I just didn't have one handy for the photo.The Multi-Card Reader is a high speed USB 2.0 device and is capable of transfer rates as high as 480 Megabits per second. When used with older systems it's backwards compatible with the USB 1.1 standards but the transfer rate drops to a maximum of 10-12 Megabits per second.This card reader / writer is great for anybody with a MP3 player, PDA, mobile phone and digital cameras or camcorders. Anybody that transfers or stores data on flash memory cards or Microdrives will love it. It's true Plug and Play with USB Mass Storage Class (MSC) compliance when used

Addonics Pocket Ultra DigiDrive

The Addonics Pocket UDD (Ultra DigiDrive) is a single-slot PCMCIA Type I/II card socket. It accommodates CompactFlash Type I and II, IBM Microdrives, SmartMedia cards, Secure Digital or MultiMedia cards and Memory Sticks via the appropriate PCMCIA adapter. The UDD can be used with a CompactFlash adapter or with the Addonics 4in1 DigiAdapter that handles SM, SD, MMC and MS media.The Addonics UDD can be purchased with either a USB 2.0 (up to 480Mbits/sec) or FireWire IEEE 1394 (up to 400Mbits/sec) interface. The USB 2.0 interface is backwards compatible to USB 1.1 standards. It's a true Plug & Play / hot swappable device with Windows ME or XP.The Ultra DigiDrive is compatible with computers with USB and running Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, XP, Mac OS X (USB 1.1 only), Linux kernel 2.4 or higher. It is powered from the interface port (or optional AC/DC power adapter) and comes with