Lexar has announced a pair of new multi-card readers, the Professional Multi-Card 3-in-1 Reader and the Compact Multi-Card 2-in-1 Reader.
Professional Multi-Card 3-in-1 Reader
The Professional Multi-Card 3-in-1 Reader features slots for SD, microSD and CompactFlash cards, with transfer speeds up to 312MB/s for UHS-II SD and microSD cards, and up to 160MB/s for CompactFlash cards. The reader is also backward-compatible with UHS-I SD and microSD cards up to 170MB/s and features a USB 3.1 (Type C) port for connecting to your computer or mobile device.
The Lexar Professional Multi-Card 3-in-1 Reader, which comes with a USB Type-C to USB Type-A cable, will be available to purchase later this month for $29.99 at authorized Lexar retailers.
Compact Multi-Card 2-in-1 Reader
Lexar has also announced the Compact Multi-Card 2-in-1 Reader built around a USB Type-A (3.1) connector that features maximum transfer speeds of 312MB/s through its two slots for USH-II SD and microSD cards. It too is backward-compatible with UHS-I SD and microSD cards with transfer speeds up to 170MB/s.
The Lexar Multi-Card 2-in-1 USB 3.1 Reader will also be available later this month for $19.99 at authorized Lexar retailers.
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