Printed from http://www.electronista.com

Lian Li ships HDD cooling bracket, Flashcard reader

updated 04:45 pm EST, Sun November 30, 2008

Lian Li products announced

Lian Li Industrial has released two new products, the EX-P3A/B HDD bracket cooling kit, for adding cooling to an internal hard disk drive, and the CR-26A/B card reader kit, a 3.5-inch bay replacement providing multiple card-reader technology. The drive-cooling bracket is a-5.25 inch bay kit that holds a 3.5-inch drive and utilizes aluminum in direct contact with the drive for heat dissipation. It repeats the SATA connector on the disk to protect it during reinstalls or when the drive is transported between computers. It is available in Silver (EX-P3A) and black (EX-P3B).

The Card reader kit fits in a 3.5-inch bay, providing a flush-mounted card-reader slot. It connects to the host computer using its USB 2.0 interface, and provides an LED signal when in use. The reader is rated for data transfer rates up to five MB/s, and handles SD, MMC and Memory Stick families of cards. The slot does not handle Compact Flash cards however. It's available in both Silver (CR-26A) and black (CR-26B).

The card reader supports Windows 98, ME, 2000 and XP (but does not support Vista). It also lists support for Mac OS 9. Both products are listed as available now, however, prices have not been set and the products have not yet appeared at US distributors like TigerDirect.com and Newegg.com.



By Electronista Staff
toggle

Comments

Login Here

Not a member of the MacNN forums? Register now for free.

toggle

Network Headlines

toggle

Most Popular

Sponsor

Recent Reviews

Dell AD211 Bluetooth speaker

For all of the high-priced, over-engineered Bluetooth speakers in the electronics market, there is still room for mass-market solution ...

VisionTek 128GB USB Pocket SSD

USB flash drives dealt the death blow to both the floppy and Zip drives. While still faster than either of the old removable media, sp ...

Kodak PixPro SL10 Smart Lens Camera

Smartphone imagery still widely varies. Large Megapixel counts don't make for a good image, and the optics in some devices are lacking ...

Sponsor

toggle

Most Commented

 
toggle

Popular News