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Old 05-25-05, 04:28 AM   #1
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Good Memory Card reader

Now that my Network questions were so wonderfully answered I now have another computer related question. What is a good multi card reader. I have this PNY card reader and it is a piece of junk. Two that I looked at this morning were a dazzle 8-1 and a sabrent 12-1. Either would work with the cards that I have. Anyy suggestion would be appreciated.
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I have the Dazzle. It's fast and reads the Compact Flash cards. It also has a feature to bring up old deleted photo files too.

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That sound like what I am looking for. Thanks for the input
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I use the dazzle CF reader also, but without the software installed, since it doesn't need it and, well, I kind of lost the disk.
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I like the Belkin and Sandisk readers.
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I have Belkin, but mine does not read those WPA enabled cards, so I can't upload those 80X cards. I have to do it using Dazzle.

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This PNY is a piece of rubbish. I will check out the dazzle. I wish D-link made a a only unit card reader. I find their stuff to be great. But they make a card reade with USB ports. Thats not what I need. Thanks for the input.
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I have a Lexar 8-1 reader as well as a media transfer device to store pics on my iPod when on tour.
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