HAMA TravelDrive Compact Flash Drive Driver
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HAMA TravelDrive Compact Flash Drive Driver
I will try to get more information about this issue.
A special note for people who take a very close look at the test results and asking for the fastest card reader: Four New Card Reader Products Hama expand their card HAMA TravelDrive Compact Flash Drive segment with four new devices in two special categories: More details will follow This new standard raises the clock rate from 40MHz to 60MHz and introduces an 8-bit data interface by adding four HAMA TravelDrive Compact Flash Drive lines. This will most likely be done by introducing a second row of pads in a similar way as with the MMCplus interface.
I just expect the new pads to be in line with four of the existing pads, most likely four in the middle. After introducing new modulation schemes and differential signal paths, parallel interfaces were considered outdated.
Hama Traveldrive 16in1 card reader - USB 2.0
But step by step, the new memory card interfaces go back to parallel interfaces. Serial interfaces have advantages if you have to cross distances over a wire, but from socket to card there isn't much distance or wire.
HAMA TravelDrive Compact Flash Drive This means that the next candidate for an upgrade would be the SD standard that HAMA TravelDrive Compact Flash Drive suffered from the SDHC upgrade - after successfully doubling the clock rate. Interpreting the Results In the meatime, I did a quick check 8MB read and write in about half of the card readers I have available. But there are several card readers where the card runs in the slow MMC 3 mode, although the reader would suppport at least SD, and in some cases even MMC 4.
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Step by step, the regular test results will be added. But this will take some time, especially for the card readers where the card runs in MMC 3 mode. For the moment, the test results can be found at the top of the SD 1.
The card turned out to be as I expected. It looks exactly like an MMCplus card: First checks showed that the maximum read reate seems to be about It is very hard to tell which modes the card actually supports, because the maximum read rate is still within SD 1.
Further tests in different card readers might reveal a little more detail. Well, some time ago I added test results for USB 1.
But the new one had no support for SmartMedia As expected, the results are the same as those taken from the sample within the usual tolerances. Although the card is labeled as Class 2, the best write rate HAMA TravelDrive Compact Flash Drive the card seems to be about 1. This means that I have to contact Transcend and ask what's going on here. The reader has a matte black rubberized finish with silk screen label instead of a sticker.
Photos will be available in a few days. In the meantime, the tests are almost complete, only a few unimportant cards have not been tested yet.
The test results are excellent, thanks to the use of the powerful AU controller. The reader did not show any problems, especially none of the problems I noticed with a card reader from a different manufacturer using an earlier version vs. Photos will follow later, unfortunately the reader arrived one HAMA TravelDrive Compact Flash Drive after the last photo session.
Yes, sometimes the memory cards are abused for temporary storage of photos. The Transcend cards aren't such good writers, so the best write rate was For the moment, the test results are added to the SD Card Tests.
For card readers, the result of the SDHC compatibility check is a little poor. I don't know when the specification was available, but at least some Alcor Micro controllers from the second week in support HAMA TravelDrive Compact Flash Drive properly. Unfortunately, I haven't found a way to read out the true firmware level for Alcor Micro controllers, so the only hint is the manufacturing date printed on top of the controller. Right now I don't have the time to write stories. To sum up the work in progress: The first SDHC card arrived: