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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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April 4, 2007 at 12:10AM
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The problem with all of these newfangled, fingernail-size memory card formats is that most require an adapter for use in standard card readers -- an adapter that many people lose within seconds of tearing open the packaging. Well luckily for you PSP owners out there, Wikihow has a quick and easy tu

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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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Samsung just laid their 2GB MMCmicro cards on the table. These little slivers of NAND-based flash memory are said to be the "fastest and highest capacity mobile phone" memory cards available... once they uh, actually ship. Come on Sammy, we're still waiting on your 1GB cards to hit the ma

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