Panasonic is preparing to release a device for working with miniature flash cards
The growing popularity of miniature flash cards in microSD and miniSD formats prompts manufacturers to release devices that allow you to work with them without special adapters. Matsushita, also known by the Panasonic trademark, has prepared for the release of a compact device for reading and writing microSD, miniSD, SD, SDHC and MMC cards – BN-SDCKP3. The device connects to the host using the USB interface.
Noteworthy is the fact that the new product supports SDHC cards. Recall that this format is a development of SD and allows you to push back the 2 GB limitation imposed on the card volume by the SecureDigital 2 specifications.0.
Some technical details of the device:
- Interface – USB2.0 / USB1.one;
- Supply voltage – 5 V (supplied via the USB port);
- Two slots – SD and microSD; The design excludes the possibility of simultaneous installation of two cards;
- Supported OS: Windows Vista, XP, 2000;
- Dimensions: 42 x 74 x 12.5mm;
- Weight – 24 g.
The device is supplied with an 80 cm cable and should be available for sale (for now in the Japanese market) in mid-March.