FireWire Direct, a store specializing in FireWire based peripherals, has announced that they are now carrying a wide array of FireWire card readers. The new Flash Card Readers allow users to take advantage of the highest bandwidth connection for transferring information to and from flash media cards. According to FireWire Direct:
FirewireDirect.com, Inc., a company specializing in IEEE 1394, FireWire and iLINK peripherals and accessories for Windows, Macintosh and Linux based computers, has further extended their dedication to FireWire technology, announcing the availability of a line of FireWire Card Readers.
The new FireReader products, an easy solution for bridging the gap between your desktop PC and flash compatible devices like digital cameras, is the most extensive selection of FireWire Flash Card Reader devices available today.
The FireReader line includes the FireReader (CF) Compact Flash Card Reader, the FireReader (SM) Smart Media Card Reader, both available now, and the FireReader (MS) Sony Memory Stick Reader available in late November.
Specifically designed for use with digital cameras, PDAs and MP3 players, they will enable users to quickly transfer data to and from Flash compatible media, including desktop and portable, Palmtop PCs, Handheld PCs, PDAs and other (OHCI) FireWire / iLINK compliant multimedia devices.
FirewireDirect is also presenting on their web site a comprehensive online tutorial for users of FireWire digital video, including video lessons published online with QuickTime, and printable tips. Accessible free of charge to anyone with an interest in creating digital video clips with FireWire equipment, it is provided as a tool to further introduce and enhance the FireWire Digital Video experience. It is part of the companyis on line documentation and further extends the companies dedication to leading the industry in available FireWire products, resources and support.
According to FirewireDirect Director Roy Stocker, "The FireWire DV Guide is another tool we are excited to provide so FireWire users can make the most of the digital experience with our ever growing line of FireWire products. "
You can find more information on the new FireWire Flash Media Readers at the FireWire Direct web site.