card reader

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card reader

n
(Computer Science) a device, no longer widely used, for reading information on a punched card and transferring it to a computer. Compare cardpunch
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Consumer electronics company Sony has announced a compact memory card reader family, headed by the new MRW-F3, that simplifies file transfer between digital devices.
Plus, the notebook includes a 80GB hard drive, 6-in-1 memory card reader and 802.
USB connection is required for memory card reader and hub for both Macintosh and PC.
The Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP program operates with most memory cards and every type of memory card reader.
Bernard took the camera card to a local computer shop where a technician inserted it into a flash memory card reader connected to a computer.
It also offers a 3-in-1 memory card reader, 3x USB 2.
33 inch color touchscreen, print speeds of up to 33 pages per minute, a 4x6 photo in 18 seconds, automatic duplexing, a memory card reader, DLNA certified, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.
In addition to the striking design, with this modern feature-rich product users can print directly from a Pictbridge enabled camera or the integrated memory card reader.
Both devices have a built-in memory card reader which supports SD/miniSD, MMC, RS-MMC, MS, MS Duo, and Compact Flash.
It comes with five-inone memory card reader compatibility.
You also get a built-in memory card reader and PictBridge support, so PC-free photo printing is easily achieved.
2GHz, Intel Graphics, 4GB RAM upgradeable to 8GB, 500GB HDD, Wi-FI and Enthernet connectivity and a memory card reader.