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Leave it to Brando -- leaders of the 'alternative' USB lifestyle -- to offer the discerning consumer a card reader shaped like a pig. As to why someone would buy this four-slot model instead of something a little less tacky, the e-tailer helpfully notes \"its piggy-like design which is cute and its

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There's probably no small overlap among folks who play fantasy video games and those who while away the hours engrossed in Magic-style card battles, so we're thinking that a new attachment for the Nintendo DS has a real shot at succeeding. Capcom and TakaraTomy will jointly be launching the so-call

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While the miniSD cards themselves certainly aren't the leanest of the SD bunch, Alfa Media has unveiled the self-proclaimed \"world's smallest\" reader for these minuscule cards. Coming in at a hair smaller than Apple's latest iPod shuffle, but not quite as petite as the nearly microscopic Oki Electri

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There are already a number of solutions on the market for amateur photographers looking to offload SD- and MemoryStick-confined photos to an ExpressCard-equipped laptop (Buffalo and Y-E Data both offer such card readers), but for pros looking to transfer pics from more capacious CF cards or MicroDr

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From the city that brought us such delicious items like dim sum and old school Chow Yun-Fat movies, we now have what may be the most amazing memory card reader in history. In fact, one might even say that its card reading fu is better than yours. This reader supports 52 types of memory cards (switch

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Accessory manufacturers like Hitachi-owned Maxell must love new memory card formats almost as much as we hate them, because each tiny new card that hits the market requires a corresponding round of high-profit-margin peripherals to support it. We already knew that the new high-capacity SD version 2.

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