USB mass storage and Bluetooth File Transfer for Palm. Card Reader app has the unique ability to export the card in the background mode allowing you e.g. to transfer MP3s simultaneously with web browsing. Supports all modern PalmOS devices, such as palm C
Description: Card Reader allows to use Palm-powered handhelds as an ordinary USB or Bluetooth card reader for quick and easy file exchange. It has the unique ability to export the card in the background mode allowing you e.g. to transfer MP3s simultaneously with web browsing. Card Reader offers the fastest USB Mass Storage solution for your Palm. Bluetooth File Transfer is also supported.
Supported devices: palm Centro; palm Treo 755p; palm Treo 700p; palm Treo 680; palm T|X; palmOne Treo 650; palmOne Treo 600; palmOne Tungsten|T5; palmOne Tungsten|T3; palmOne Tungsten|T2; palmOne Tungsten|T; palmOne Tungsten|E2; palmOne Tungsten|E; palmOne Tungsten|C; palmOne Zire 31; palmOne Zire 71; palmOne Zire 72; Tapwave Zodiac 1; Tapwave Zodiac 2; GSL Xplore M28; GSL Xplore M68 (Hagenuk S200); GSL Xplore M70; GSL Xplore M98; Qool Labs/PiTech Qool QDA-700; Garmin iQue 3600; Garmin iQue 3200; Sony CLIE PEG-VZ90; Sony CLIE PEG-TH55; Sony CLIE PEG-UX50; Sony CLIE PEG-UX40; Sony CLIE PEG-NX60; Sony CLIE PEG-NX70; Sony CLIE PEG-NX73; Sony CLIE PEG-NX80; Sony CLIE PEG-TG50; Sony CLIE PEG-NZ90; Sony CLIE PEG-TG50; Sony CLIE PEG-TJ25; Sony CLIE PEG-TJ35; Sony CLIE PEG-TJ27; Sony CLIE PEG-TJ37. No need to install anything on the desktop computer. You can export SD/MMC cards, inserted into your Palm slot, and access them as logical disks on Windows, Mac and Linux computers.
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