March 13, 2004

SanDisk SD Card and Ultra II Card Reader for Linux

SanDisk's Linux support gets it an Editor's Choice award: Removable memory card readers make using removable memory cards more convenient and extend the usability and range of applications in which you can use removable memory cards. They let you get more and better use out of digital cameras that support them. They let you take more photographs at the highest quality level that your digital camera supports.

MozillaQuest Magazine tested the 512-MB SanDisk Ultra II SD memory card and the SanDisk ImageMate USB 2.0 SD Reader/Writer with a Microtek Take-It S1 Digital Camera and the SUSE Linux 9.0 Professional and Microsoft Windows 98 SE operating systems. The Ultra II SD card and ImageMate SD Reader/Writer worked well with the Microtek S1 camera and with both the Linux and Windows OSs. This is particularly important for people with Linux-based computers who have digital cameras that do not support the Linux operating system. Removable SD cards and the SanDisk ImageMate USB 2.0 SD Reader/Writer can be used to access photo and video-clip files shot with digital cameras that do not support Linux.

Because the SanDisk ImageMate USB 2.0 SD Reader/Writer works well and works well with Linux, it provides a particularly notable bang for the buck. Thus, the SanDisk ImageMate USB 2.0 SD Reader/Writer gets a MozillaQuest Magazine Editor's Choice Award!

Link: mozillaquest.com

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