CompactFlash Card Reader Supports Linux

July 1, 2000
Touted as the first CompactFlash card reader on the market to support the Linux operating system, the CF ImageMate is USB compliant and supports Windows 2000. A parallel port CF ImageMate that supports Windows 98 and Windows NT 4.0 is also available.

Touted as the first CompactFlash card reader on the market to support the Linux operating system, the CF ImageMate is USB compliant and supports Windows 2000. A parallel port CF ImageMate that supports Windows 98 and Windows NT 4.0 is also available. The units can also read CompactFlash Type II and MicroDrive cards.
The company is also introducing two new ImageMates for SmartMedia and MultiMediaCards and a FlashPath floppy disk adapter for MultiMediaCards. Both ImageMates are available in USB and parallel port versions and support Windows 2000. ImageMate is used for the quick transfer of digital images, audio and data between a variety of devices. Pricing is between $30-$50 each.

Company: SANDISK CORP.

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