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Computex 2009: Apacer introduces 4-slot flash card reader
Photo: Company [Jun 8, 2009]
Computex 2009: Apacer introduces 4-slot flash card reader

Taiwan's Apacer Technology, which specializes in DRAM modules, showcased a lineup of digital peripherals in addition to its complete series of new memory products at Computex Taipei 2009.

Apacer introduced the Mega Steno AM400 4-slot card reader. The AM400 has four card reading slots that support flash card formats includling SDHC, microSDHC and M2 (with adapter).

The pocketsize AM400 has dimensions of 59x59x17mm and weighs only 50g. Supported operating systems include Windows 98/ME/2000/ XP/Vista, Mac OS X10.3 or later. USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 compliant, the AM400 transfers data at a maximum up to 480Mbps.

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