Manufacturer: San Disk Corporation
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 1.80MB
Operating System: Windows 98/XP/Me/2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / July 2nd 2008
The San disk Image Mate CF reader/writer is a brand new single slot USB with hi-speed reader and writer that easily connects to tour computer USB port and is also backwards compatible with USB 1.1 ports. It provides the ability to write data and as well as read from a flash memory with out having to connect your digital camera, hand held computer directly to your personal computer. It has an incredible speed to transfer pictures, data and music to and from your computer in a very safe way as well. This USB reader and writer accept various cards formats including the compact lash type I and compact type II as well. It’s also Hi-speed certified for the most superior data transfer with no additional card adapters being required. This image mate is also known to save camera battery life due to its unique features.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
This san disk CF reader/writer is certified to use both windows XP and Mac Os X with a Pentium class personal computer with USB support. Its also plug and play compatible with a 1x 4 pin Type A male USB 2.0 USB. It comes with one media slot while its physical dimensions 0.81’ Height x 2.72’ Width x 3.98’ length, 5.91’ height x 2.05’ width x 3.94’ length in docking outer dimensions. This mobile connect USB includes mobile broadband software with SMS functions well as a contacts manager. It supports the memory stick PRO, multimedia card (MMC), secure digital (SD) card, smart media card (SM) and memory stick duo. It has the capacity to transmit data at speed of up to 30Mega bytes per second. The manufacturer number SDDR-89-A15 is a image mate 12 in 1 reader/writer. It comes with one year warranty. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Image Mate CF Reader/Writer errors before installing any driver updates.