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Tuesday, 16 September 2008 10:44

Scythe launches Kama reader 2

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Gets microSD/Memory Stick micro support

Scythe
has launched a new version of its Kama Reader 3.5-inch card reader, simply named Kama Reader 2. Just as with the previous one, the new Kama Reader can be used both internally and externally via USB.

The Kama Reader 2 supports CompactFlash, Memory Stick, Memory Stick ROM/PRO/Duo/PRO Duo/Micro(M2), all types of SD/SCHC, MMC, MMC micro and xD cards. The microSD and Memory Stick micro direct insertion support is the new feature of the "upgraded" Kama Reader. Measuring 101 x 122 x 25.5 mm (WxDxH), the new Kama Reader 2 will be available in white or black.

The new Kama Reader 2 should be available immediately for US$19.50 or €10.50 in Euroland, both without VAT.
 
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