Tuesday, September 11th 2012

Green House Announces Android-Compatible Card Reader

Green House Japan announced a unique multi-format card reader that supports tablets, smartphones and PCs, which is compatible with the Android operating system. The GH-CRAD-SUAK from Green House is a lightweight device with a micro-USB 2.0 connector on one end, which plugs into the latest Android tablets and smartphones with the connector, or to a PC with a micro-to-standard USB cable. On its business end, the card reader sports a standard SDIO slot, a micro-SD slot, a micro-USB port (so you don't end up losing the only such port of your device), and a full-size USB port. Measuring 61.2 x 10.6 x 19.7 mm (WxDxH), the GH-CRAD-SUAK is feather-light, at 9.5 g. Slated for late-September, it is expected to be priced at 2,480 JPY (US $31.7).

Source: Hermitage Akihabara
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7 Comments on Green House Announces Android-Compatible Card Reader

#1
qwerty_lesh
Shut up and take my money!! !!!! !!!

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#2
Covert_Death
lolololololols i would hook 5 of these up in a chain :D lolslololololols
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#4
Sp33d Junki3
by: The Von Matrices
What Android phone doesn't already have a microSD slot?
There is many that do not.
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#5
No_Asylum
by: The Von Matrices
What Android phone doesn't already have a microSD slot?
Are you going to remove your phones protective case, pop off the battery cover, remove the battery, change the micro-sd card, replace the battery, replace the battery cover, replace the protective case ... everytime you want to switch SD cards? Which in my case would be about 10-20 times a day.
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#6
syeef
by: The Von Matrices
What Android phone doesn't already have a microSD slot?
My Sony Xperia don't have slot.
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#7
The Von Matrices
by: No_Asylum
Are you going to remove your phones protective case, pop off the battery cover, remove the battery, change the micro-sd card, replace the battery, replace the battery cover, replace the protective case ... everytime you want to switch SD cards? Which in my case would be about 10-20 times a day.
Don't you have to remove the protective case to insert this bulky device anyway?
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