Sony Memory Card Reader/Writer

Category: Input Device
Manufacturer: Sony Erricsson
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 541.29kb
Operating System: Windows 2K/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0.0.3 / Jul-19-2007

Windows device driver information for Sony Memory Card Reader/Writer

Sony Memory Card Reader/Writer is an input device that is USB compliant. It consumes low power and supports hot swap of memory card. This device can transfer data to and from the hard disc at high speeds at rate of 80 megabits per second. It is also a plug and play interface requires minimal because it has stored drivers. The device is Microsoft compliant and supports 32bit and 64bit computer systems. Sony Memory Card Reader/Writer feature three slots that accept compact flash, small memory stick duo plus standard memory stick pro. This device is also flexible in that it can allow transfer digital content from card to card and computer to memory card. Moreover, it supports a parallel interface that makes it transfer data at high speeds between devices. This device also supports data transfer at rates of up to 480 megabytes per second under USB 2.0. But it has a computer connection interface of 1x4-pins.

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The Sony Memory Card Reader/Writer provides a fast and simple way to move multimedia and document files between a computer and the memory card. The card is an external input device with a small form factor that accepts various types of cards namely MC, CF and memory sticks. Sony Memory Card Reader/Writer is also a plug and play device that that requires minimal setup. This device also consumes less power and supports the hot swap function that allows users to switch memory cards on the fly without getting damaged. It draws power from the USB and has a 1x4-pin interface that can quickly transfer data at high speeds of 480 Mbps under USB 2.0. However, this purely depends on the speed of the card most of which normally have a cap 80 megabytes per second. This device comes with an extension cable that makes it more accessible when work space is limited. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Sony Memory Card Reader/Writer errors before installing any driver updates.