In a bid to help users transfer images and files between their multimedia devices and computers, IOGEAR has introduced a new Universal Memory Banks. IOGEAR's 12-in-1 Pocket Card Reader / Writer and 56-in-1 Memory Card Reader / Writer provide all-in-one solutions for high-speed, bi-directional data transfers. These devices are designed for on-the-go business professionals, travelers and individuals who use multiple gadgets and need an easy way to pass data to and from their computers.
With these products, users won’t have to keep track of multiple USB cords and can reduce energy that is typically used to transfer data among multiple devices. They also do not require separate adapters for each memory card, making them a great travel accessory. Users simply remove the memory card from any multimedia gadget, insert it into the reader and plug into any computer's USB port to instantly upload pictures, songs and documents. Individuals can also use the Universal Memory Banks to download music and other files to their cell phones.
The 12-in-1 Pocket Card Reader / Writer is compatible with the most in-demand memory card types, such as SD, Micro SD, Mini SD, MMC, Memory Stick and MS Duo, making it suitable for most mobile devices. It also has a built-in cable to avoid blocking other USB ports when in use.
The 56-in-1 Memory Card Reader / Writer works with all popular memory cards, making it the go-to gadget for transferring important information from cell phones, digital cameras, camcorders, GPS, MP3 and PDAs. This innovative product needs no additional adapters to work with all memory card formats, enabling individuals who use many digital devices to keep everything they need in one spot.
"We've seen consumers begin to use more devices on a regular basis, and recognize how frustrating it can be to keep track of multiple adapters and components," said Miranda Su, executive vice president of IOGEAR. "We are helping to relieve this pain point by creating products that allow people to easily consolidate their tools and perform tasks with one product."
Niladri Sekhar Nath is a contributing writer for TMCnet covering telecommunications, service providers and networking. To see more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.