DAZZLE HI SPEED USB 2.0 CARD READER DRIVER
Move Speeds Move data from card to PC. Jack Reikel , August , updated Jan Manufactured by: The temporary folder used to store data for the test runs was cleared before each test. We used a Tissot T-Touch digital stopwatch for all of the timing runs. Of course the other detail to note is that the Dazzle 8 in 1 did not hinder the tests in any way because its USB 2.
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The temporary folder used to store data for the test runs was cleared before each test. It’s not a typo—Pinnacle Systems spun off their card reader business to Zio in August A lot of these sorts of devices are supplied with the same type of base and we think it’s kind of useless.
Pinnacle still develops its Dazzle video editing software and hardware however.
Dazzle Hi Speed USB 2.0 Memory Card Reader
Write Speeds Copy data from PC to card. We used a Tissot T-Touch digital stopwatch for all of the timing runs.
Here are the test results: Test Criteria We wrote 30 digital photo files totaling So use the test criteria below to make comparisons with other card readers on the market, and if they meet or beat the Dazzle, you can make a good choice. Kickstartnews reviews are supposed to be based dazxle real-world, everyday experiences with software and hardware.
A quick look at the data will tell you that the SanDisk Extreme CF cards are clearly the fastest cards available today. It’s a passive USB device so it requires no external power now power block is needed or supplied and runs completely cool. But after using the Dazzle 8 in 1 for a speec of weeks, the urge to run some real timing tests became irresistible. Zippy — we certainly like USB 2. We just love the fast new storage cards combined with our favorite digital camera and the Dazzle 8 in 1.
Dazzle Hi-Speed Universal 8 in 1 Reader/Writer Specs – CNET
None of these storage cards comes anywhere close to challenging the Dazzle’s USB 2. We wrote 30 digital photo files totaling Zio Corporation’s products have been absorbed by other companies since this review was published. Timings began exactly as the confirmation clicks were made for copying or moving data and ended as soon as the screen was cleared of the Windows progress dialog. And although all of the aforementioned hardware is supplied with synchronization and connection cables, often all you really want to do is copy or move files on and off the cards at a faster rate than the interfaces built into your hardware can provide.
The Dazzle 8 in 1 is small and fits anywhere on your desk or on top of the computer. If you own or need to access a number of different types of storage cards from digital cameras, video cameras and Palm or Pocket PC handhelds you need something that will read their storage cards.
Zio has a full line of card reader products and provides full support for the 8 in 1 model. Move Speeds Move data from card to PC.
Zio is now also gone the way of the Dodo bird and the Dazzle brand is being made and distributed by a number of companies. Because the Dazzle 8 in 1 is designed with the USB 2. Sony’s Memory Stick Pro cards were disappointing to say the least, especially considering the long wait that Sony users had to endure before the company released the large capacity cards reqder standard Memory Sticks are limited to MB in size.
Of course the other detail to reafer is that the Dazzle 8 in 1 did not hinder the tests in any way because its USB 2. Now I’ll bet you didn’t think there were actually eight different types of removable media on the market right now.
Some of you may have noticed that the Dazzle web site listed above is located erader Zio Corporation. It’s a minor quibble and doesn’t affect the operation of the Dazzle or any other, similar, card reader.
Proof is proof however. As of Junedrivers and support are available through SmartDisk. Ditto for copying data via cable-connected camera—most of those camera connections move data at what can only be described as glacial speeds.
Here’s the list of storage cards the Dazzle can handle: Jack ReikelAugustupdated Jan Manufactured by: For digital photographers shooting 4 megapixels and up, the fast CF cards are absolutely the best choice.