Posts Tagged ‘memorycardreader’

Lexar HR1 Reader Hub: Customize Your Setup and Read Multiple Cards at Once

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It goes without saying, but we’ll say it anyway: pro photographers deal with a lot of photos. Each assignment can mean several thousands, all of which need to be imported to the computer for sorting and post processing. A new card reader hub from Lexar, however, promises to make at least the importing part of the process that much faster and more efficient. Read more…

Rotating Memory Card Reader You Can Keep Attached to Your Laptop

If you have a laptop that doesn’t have memory card slots built in, then you probably know how annoying it is to have to plug in a card reader every time you transfer photos. The new MR-C25 Series of memory card readers by Elecom tries to solve this problem by making the USB card reader sit flush against the side of your laptop, meaning they can stay attached to your laptop when you stow it away. They also have a 180 degree rotating body that allows you to access other ports that might be blocked. It’ll start selling sometime this month, but no word on how much it will cost.

Elecom MR-C25 (via Wired)