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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review

Internal Card Reader with USB 2.0 from USBGeek  - Internal Card Reader with USB 2.0 from USBGeek
Mon, May 07 2007 | 4:13PM | PermaLink Feedback?
" Quite a few types of devices out there today use some sort of memory card to store their data on, be it music, photos, games etc. What I've always wondered is why don't computer manufacturers include card readers as a standard feature on their computers. Yes some do, but most don't, so what you need to do is go and buy a separate card reader for your system like the one I have today for review from USBGeek. The Internal Card Reader with USB 2.0 is just that, a card reader with a couple extra USB ports on it, no audio ports, no firewire, none of that stuff. How many people actually use all those ports anyway? I know I don't, but I do use a card reader all the time and my USB ports. So this product is simple but yet right on with what is needed by most people. "

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