card readers

  • Truck Card Reader And USB Hub Combo

    I wonder why USB specialist Thanko has never thought of this cool card reader and USB hub combo [JP] that looks like a toy truck. The gadget offers a total of three USB 2.0 ports and supports 13 different cards, from microSD to CF cards. Read More

  • FOTOBOX Plus promises dead simple photo slideshow creation

    Interesting. This little doodad is called FOTOBOX Plus. It’s an $80 USB apparatus that reads SD cards from your digital camera. The idea is that you take a bunch of photos on your digital camera and then pop the SD card into the FOTOBOX Plus, which goes into your computer’s USB port. At that point, built-in slideshow software builds an automatic slideshow from your photos. Read More

  • Rotating cubic memory card reader

    Brando’s got a humdinger of a whatsit in this cubic card reader. Do you have room for it on your desk and enough cards of various formats to make use of it? Oh, you’ll also need $12. Read More

  • USB cable with inline card reader

    File this one in the “good ideas” folder (if you use the tickler system, file it in the “February” folder). Brando is selling a mini-USB cable with an inline SD card reader sitting smack-dab between point A and point B. It allows you to transfer files from an SD card while at the same time charging your cell phone or other portable device. Read More

  • Canned Shape Card Reader

    If you’re anything like me, you woke up this morning, grabbed your first beer of the day out of your bedside mini-fridge, and got ready to face the demons. But what if that can didn’t contain beer but memory card slots! How funny — and infuriating — would that be? Who would you kill? No one, right? Because no one will talk to you. Their loss. Well, now you can… Read More

  • SD card readers for gauche Japanese girls make me want to vom

    [photopress:AD_MRCMR_1.jpg,full,center] ADTEC have lost their collective mind, releasing new SD card readers that can be customized — no, Bedazzled — by fingernail artists to make personalized works of electronic, tacky art. They’re big in Japan, but you know this kind of crap is going to make it across the Pacific sooner rather than later. Pimpable MicroSD Card Reader… Read More