Keyspan is now shipping two new devices for Mac users, the 7-Way Media Reader and the BlueTooth Adapter. The 7-Way Media Reader is a memory card writing device designed for writing on major types of digital media. The BlueTooth Adapter is designed for connecting BlueTooth supported wireless devices to a Mac. According to Keyspan:
Keyspan, Americais #1 USB connectivity products vendor*, introduced its 7-Way Media Reader and USB BlueTooth Adapter during MacWorld Expo. Both products are shipping now.
Keyspanis 7-Way Media Reader allows any USB-equipped computer to read and write memory cards used by digital cameras, MP3 players, mobile phones and PDAs. The reader supports all major types of digital media including: Compact Flash I and II, MicroDrive, SmartMedia, MemoryStick, SD, and MultiMedia Card (MMC). Users simply plug the device into the USB port of any Macintosh. No power adapter is required.
Keyspanis USB BlueTooth Adapter enables wireless connectivity with BlueTooth enabled mobile phones, PDAs, and other devices within a 50-ft. range. The adapter complies with both BlueTooth 1.1 and USB 1.1 industry standards and plugs into any USB port on a Mac.
You can find more information about the 7-Way Media reader and the BlueTooth Adapter at the Keyspan Web site. The 7-Way Media Reader is available for US$49.00, and the BlueTooth Adapter is available for US$59.00.