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Perhaps you don’t have a notebook with the ExpressCard slot, but if you purchase a new machine, there’s a chance it will have the newer interface. Don’t throw away those old flash memory cards you know you have lying around: consider Griffin’s 5:1 card reader for […]

Griffin_expresscardPerhaps you don’t have a notebook with the ExpressCard slot, but if you purchase a new machine, there’s a chance it will have the newer interface. Don’t throw away those old flash memory cards you know you have lying around: consider Griffin’s 5:1 card reader for the ExpressCard slot for an MSRP of $30. The plug and play ExpressCard/34 device natively supports Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, SD, MMC and xD flash devices a throughput of up to 480 Mbps for both Windows and Mac.

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