If you’re looking for stylish and premium All In One Card Reader, then Silicon Power brought a good news for you. The company has just announced the launch of their USB 3.0 All In One card reader. It is specially targeted to those users, who use high-definition camcorders as they need a high-speed and quality card reader. This new Silicon Power delivers high-speed data transfer upto 5Gb/sec and thus its good option for video enthusiasts as well as professional photographers.The Silicon Power All In One card reader is compatible with all major memory card types including latest SDXC UHS-1 memory card, Thanks to its integrated five-card slots that enables read and write simultaneously. From high definition video or shots, it fulfills user’s needs with super speed. It supports Ultra DMA mode 7 and runs CF600X high-speed memory cards at their desired speed with user-friendly way. Apart from USB 3.0 interface, the SP card reader also backward compatible with traditional USB 2.0 interface devices.
Besides 5Gb/s super speed, the Silicon Power USB 3.0 All in One Card reader also supports 480 Mb/s high-speed, and 12 Mb/s full-speed transfer rates. It reads all major memory card including, CF, XD, SD, MMC, M2, micro SD, SDHC, SDXC, MS Pro, MS Duo, MS Pro Duo, MS Pro HG and MS XC. The card reader supports SDXC UHS-I card upto 2TB and MS Pro HG/MS XC cards upto 32GB. The card reader boasts LED that indicates the usage status. It comes with 50cm USB 3.0 cable in package and having dimensions of 73 x 50 x 13 mm and weighs only 55g.
The compact and stylish, SP USB 3.0 All In One Card Reader is designed for desktop computers and laptops users. It is fully compatible with Windows 2000 SP4, Windows XP SP3, WIndows Vista, Windows 7, Linux Fedora 11, and Mac computers. Though, Windows XP and 2000 don’t supports SDXC format and only Mac OS X 10.6.5 or latest supports SDXC format. It operates at operating temperature of 0°C ~ 70°C and storage temperature of -20°C ~ 60 °C. The card reader comes in white color and backed by 2-year warranty. There is no word from company yet about the price details of this card reader. Lets hope it’ll hit Indian shores soon.