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Multi-format card readers are everywhere these days and some even support up to 55 different card formats.  The Dtech 55 in 1 card reader can handle all of those card formats but with a twist, it includes Bluetooth for wireless data transfer with your notebook.  I […]

Multi-format card readers are everywhere these days and some even support up to 55 different card formats.  The Dtech 55 in 1 card reader can handle all of those card formats but with a twist, it includes Bluetooth for wireless data transfer with your notebook.  I don’t think I’d want to transfer a lot of files over Bluetooth but it would be handy for a file or two.  The Dtech also has 3 USB ports for accepting USB key drives so it can function as a little USB 2.0 hub, too.  One of the USB ports is even powered for use with other USB peripherals.  $29.

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  1. James, I think you either have the wrong impression of this thing (the source description is nothing if not confusing), or you miscommunicated it. From what I can decipher from the source, this is basically a card reader + USB hub that comes with a USB Bluetooth dongle. I suspect it cannot enable BT file transfer from the card reader to your BT-enabled computers.

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  2. “55 different card formats”?????

    When these crazy stupid engineers will stop for Heaven’s Sake??????!!!!!!!

    SD (SDHC) is MORE THAN ENOUGH and MORE THAN SMALL ENOUGH for EVERY enhancement needs!!!

    Even small phones are HUNDRED times larger than the ridiculous size difference between an SD slot and a microSD slot. In other words, you save 1 to 1.5 ccm using the sub-standard (in EVERY sense of the word) instead of SD/SDHC, yet EVERYBODY loose sooo much with the sub-standard!!

    Read my post here:
    http://www.digitalmediathoughts.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10533&start=0&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=

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