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OCZ CrossOver SDHC memory stick

OCZ, maker of high-end memory modules, has added a hybrid USB memory key and card reader to its line-up.

The CrossOver card is designed for users who routinely take digital photos or take snaps on their cameraphone and don't have a compatible card reader on their PC or laptop.

Instead, the memory card - either an SD card or an SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) is inserted in one end of the CrossOver stick and read from there. The flash memory stick also contains a modicum of memory - 2GB, 4GB or 8GB - encouraging you to have it on you and use it to take other files with you too.

For full details, see www.ocztechnology.com.

OCZ CrossOver SDHC memory stick

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