Wednesday, October 21st 2009

Silicon Power Announces Stylish USB Reader & M2 Card Combo Pack

Flash memory leading manufacturer Silicon Power, officially released a “Stylish USB Reader & M2 Combo Pack” to the masses. The combo pack is designated for the needs of modern day digital handheld devices. The M2 card is available in several capacities and the inclusion of the USB reader allows users to access all recorded data from the M2 card. Whether the data is recorded by your mobile phone, PDA, camera, etc., users can conveniently access all data on it.

Silicon Power’s M2 card & USB reader combo pack offers users flexibility and storage space to capture their favorite snapshot, record their exciting moment or simply just store everyday data. The stylish USB reader needs not use any cables, just plug in the M2 card, plug the reader into your PC and you’re good to go! Use the M2 card for your digital hand held devices or plug it into the USB reader and use it like a USB flash drive but once unplugged, the milky-white reader turns into a decorative accessory with its simple and elegant looks. Just attach it to your purse or keychain, it is easy to carry and serves a decorative purpose.
M2 card
  • Compatible with Sony mobile phones, cameras (with the use of an adaptor), and PSP (with the use of an adaptor)
  • Plug and play compatible, easy to use
  • In compliance with RoHS directives
  • Lifetime warranty
Stylish USB Reader
  • Compatible with USB 2.0 specifications
  • Direct plug in of M2/microSDHC/microSD cards without the need for an adaptor
  • No external power required
  • 2-year warranty
Stylish USB Reader
  • Dimension: 35.6mm(L) x 16.6mm(W) x 7.6mm(H)
  • Weight: 2.6 g
  • Supported operating system: Windows Vista, Win XP, Windows 2000, Mac OS 9.0.4 or later
  • Operating temperature: 0 °C ~ 70 °C
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2 Comments on Silicon Power Announces Stylish USB Reader & M2 Card Combo Pack

Where is the style in that? However I like the mSDHC compability, I have quite some of those tiny cards.
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Hell, I purchased two blue units w/ lights that are smaller than that. Have an 8GB micro SDHC Class 6 card in one.

I paid $1 each with free shipping from Meritline. The irony is that they were shipped certified mail from China, with a 26 ¥ (yuan) stamp on it, which is about $4.00 worth of postage, for $2.00 in charges :roll:
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