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    What is a reasonably priced reliable SD card reader?
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    Quote Originally Posted by biker1
    What is a reasonably priced reliable SD card reader?
    Sandisk 7-1 Reader, I believe Sunday it was $30 minus a $10 rebate at Office Depot ?
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    Buy.com has a Delkin SD card reader for $9.95. I haven't tried it, but I'm contemplating buying. I'll let you know how it fares.
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    You mean Belkin, right ?
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    yea lol or is it a cheap rip off make?
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    Now that Audio and Audio+Video recording are enabled for the T600 I took the plunge and upgraded from a tiny SD card to a 512, and picked up a "Digipower" (??) 6-in-1 USB 2.0 Reader/Writer from Amazon (really from J&R Music and Computer World through Amazon) - I'll let folks know how it goes...
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    My Favorite site. Dealnews.com

    http://dealnews.com/articles/65948.html

    $12 shipped, no rebates needed
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    No it's not Belkin, but Delkin. This is what the site says:

    Delkin USB SecureDigital/MMC Pocket Reader/Writer
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    Thanks for all the good info.

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