Sonnett Technologies has announced SDXC card support for its Multimedia Memory Card Reader & Writer ExpressCard/34 adapter, enabling users with MacBook Pro and Windows laptop computers equipped with an ExpressCard slot to use these extended-capacity cards designed for the latest high-megapixel digital cameras and digital video camcorders. The new format SDXC cards (starting at 64GB) surpass previous-generation SDHC cards 32GB maximum capacity.
Sonnet’s Multimedia Memory Card Reader & Writer ExpressCard/34 quickly moves files from memory cards to a notebook computer’s hard drive, with no cables required. This handy device inserts flush inside a MacBook Pro or Windows notebook’s ExpressCard slot so it can be carried inside the computer slot even when not in use. The Sonnet multimedia reader supports the most popular memory card formats used in digital cameras, cell phones, and other electronic devices, including Memory Stick, MMC (Multimedia Card), SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity), XD-Picture Card, and all their variations. This card works in ExpressCard/34 and ExpressCard/54 slots, and supports SDXC in Mac OS v10.6.4, Windows 7, Windows Vista SP1, and Windows XP (with Microsoft file system driver update).
Users can add SDXC card support by visiting the support area on the Sonnet web site.
Sonnet’s Multimedia Memory Card Reader & Writer ExpressCard/34 (part number MMRW-E34) is available now for the suggested retail price of $29.95.
More information on the Multimedia Memory Card Reader & Writer ExpressCard/34 is available at here. More information on Sonnet and its products is available at www.sonnettech.com.
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