The Swiss Army knife of card readers
Subject: Storage | July 5, 2007 - 02:41 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
PCApex has posted a review of the Aero Cool Infinity 25-in-1 card reader. It is designed much the same as most fan controllers, and sits in an unused 5.25" bay, and offers more than just card reading capabilities. It sports 2 USB ports and hides a 2.5" notebook HDD in it's interior. It's not as easy to remove as some devices, but it is more semi-portable than fully portable, and it will solve any card reading problems you might have, and more.
"Moving on, the 'Infinity-Drive' - which sounds like it should be something out of Galaxy Quest is actually an
aluminium 2.5” USB ATA notebook drive enclosure. It has a brushed, anodized finish with plastic end caps and very
little else worth mentioning - apart from the USB port and a little black hole in the back. It is easily removed by
simply pulling it from the bay. When removed, the empty bay is covered by a spring loaded plastic door designed to
look just like the front of the enclosure.""
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