SanDisk ImageMate USB 2.0 CompactFlash Reader

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  1. Silverstrand

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    "Data file storage is quick becoming an issue in today's world of bits and bytes. However, any attempt in storing would be useless without a proper method of transferring the data into storage. SanDisk Corporation has come up with one such device, a CompactFlash card reader, named the SanDisk ImageMate CompactFlash USB 2.0, utilizing the power of USB 2.0 to work its magic. At a first glance, it appears like just another method of data transfer - but can it live up to its the demands of the professional? CyberwizardPit puts the SanDisk ImageMate CompactFlash USB 2.0 to the test today in this review."
    Review Link: http://cyberwizardpit.net/reviewsimcfa.htm
     
    Silverstrand, Nov 12, 2005
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