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ICY BOX IB-864-B, Multicard Reader, 3.5 Zoll, Schwarz (USB 2.0, PCI-X, 4-pin Molex)

Specifications

Key specifications

DesignInternal 3.5 inch

General information

Manufacturer ICY BOX
Product type Card readers
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Card readers

A card reader is a data input device that reads data from a card-shaped storage medium.

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Item number289209
Manufacturer no.IB-864-B
Release date22.02.2012
External links Manufacturer's site (de)

Colour

Colour group
Black
Colour designation
Black

Card reader properties

Memory card reader Design
Internal 3.5 inch
Memory card type
MMC
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MMC

The MultiMediaCard (MMC) is a flash memory memory card standard. Unveiled in 1997 by Siemens AG and SanDisk, it is based on Toshiba's NAND-based flash memory, and is therefore much smaller than earlier systems based on Intel NOR-based memory such as CompactFlash. MMC is about the size of a postage stamp: 24 mm x 32 mm x 1.4 mm. MMC originally used a 1-bit serial interface, but newer versions of the specification allow transfers of 4 or sometimes even 8 bits at a time. They have been more or less superseded by Secure Digital cards (SD card), but still see significant use because MMCs can be used in most devices which support SD cards.

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CF
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CF

CompactFlash (CF) is a mass storage device format used in portable electronic devices. For storage, CompactFlash typically uses flash memory in a standardized enclosure. The format was first specified and produced by SanDisk in 1994. The physical format is now used for a variety of devices. The Compact Flash storage medium was made popular for its use in digital cameras. In recent years it has been widely replaced by secure digital cards on the consumer end but is still preferred for D-SLR cameras for their superior capacity, size and reliability.

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SD
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SD

Secure Digital (SD) is a flash (non-volatile) memory card format developed by Matsushita, SanDisk, and Toshiba for use in portable devices. Today it is widely used in digital cameras, handheld computers, PDAs, mobile phones, GPS receivers, and video game consoles. SD card capacities range from 8 MB to 2 GB and from 4 GB to 32 GB for SDHC cards as of 2008.

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Memory Stick
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Memory Stick

Memory Stick is a removable flash memory card format, launched by Sony in October 1998 [1], and is also used in general to describe the whole family of Memory Sticks. In addition to the original Memory Stick, this family includes the Memory Stick PRO, a revision that allows greater maximum storage capacity and faster file transfer speeds; Memory Stick Duo, a small-form-factor version of the Memory Stick (including the PRO Duo); and the even smaller Memory Stick Micro (M2). In December 2006 Sony added the Memory Stick PRO-HG, a high speed variant of the PRO, to be used for high definition still and video cameras.

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Memory Stick Pro
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Memory Stick Pro

Memory Stick is a removable flash memory card format, launched by Sony in October 1998 [1], and is also used in general to describe the whole family of Memory Sticks. In addition to the original Memory Stick, this family includes the Memory Stick PRO, a revision that allows greater maximum storage capacity and faster file transfer speeds; Memory Stick Duo, a small-form-factor version of the Memory Stick (including the PRO Duo); and the even smaller Memory Stick Micro (M2). In December 2006 Sony added the Memory Stick PRO-HG, a high speed variant of the PRO, to be used for high definition still and video cameras.

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Memory Stick Pro Duo
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Memory Stick Pro Duo

Compact size (31 mm x 20 mm x 1.6 mm), optional DRM, available up to 16 GB.

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microSD
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microSD

microSD is a format for removable flash memory cards. It is derived from SanDisk TransFlash and is used mainly in mobile telephones, but also in handheld GPS devices, portable audio players, video game consoles and expandable USB flash memory drives.
It is currently (2008) the smallest memory card available commercially. At 15mm × 11mm × 0.7mm (about the size of a fingernail), it is about a quarter the size of an SD card. There are adapters which allow a microSD card to be used in devices intended for SD, miniSD, or MemoryStick Duo cards. However, they are not universally compatible.

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Memory Stick Micro M2
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Memory Stick Micro M2

Memory Stick is a removable flash memory card format, launched by Sony in October 1998 [1], and is also used in general to describe the whole family of Memory Sticks. In addition to the original Memory Stick, this family includes the Memory Stick PRO, a revision that allows greater maximum storage capacity and faster file transfer speeds; Memory Stick Duo, a small-form-factor version of the Memory Stick (including the PRO Duo); and the even smaller Memory Stick Micro (M2). In December 2006 Sony added the Memory Stick PRO-HG, a high speed variant of the PRO, to be used for high definition still and video cameras.

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SDHC
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SDHC

The Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) format, defined in Version 2.0 of the SD specification, supports cards with capacities up to 32 GB. The SDHC trademark is licensed to ensure compatibility.

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SDXC
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SDXC

At the Consumer Electronics Show 2009, the SD Card Association announced the successor to SDHC. The specification of the SDXC (SD eXtended Capacity) cards allows a gross size of up to 2 TB (2,048 GB). The division into performance classes is maintained and now reaches up to 104 MB/s, 300 MB/s are planned. Microsoft's exFAT, optimized for flash memory, is often used as the file system.

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RS-MMC
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RS-MMC

The so-called RS-MMC (Reduced Size MultiMedia Card) is a version of the MMC that has been reduced by half and is used particularly in mobile phones. This can also be used in normal MMC devices via an adapter. The largest RS-MMCs currently (July 2007) hold 4096 MB (4 GB). The card measures 24 mm × 18 mm × 1.4 mm and is also controlled via 7 pins.

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Hardware interface
USB 2.0
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PCI-X
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PCI-X

PCI-X, 64-bit version of PCI Conventional with 66, 100 or 133 MHz clock (533, 800 or 1067 MByte/s)

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4-pin Molex
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4-pin Molex

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Returns and warranty

Dead on arrival (DOA) 7 Days Bring-in
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30-day right of return

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Availability

Mail delivery

Expected delivery time: approx. 9 – 11 days
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Collection

All locations

Expected delivery time: approx. 9 – 11 days
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If ordered immediately. Information subject to change.

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User mae_digitec
IB-864-B, Multicard Reader, 3.5 Zoll, Schwarz (USB 2.0, PCI-X, 4-pin Molex)

Ich bin mit dem Gerät nicht ganz so zufrieden wie ...

Ich bin mit dem Gerät nicht ganz so zufrieden wie mein Vorredner.

Es führen 4 Kabel aus dem Reader raus.
1 USB 3 (Welches hinten aus dem Gehäuse geführt und auf einen normalen USB3 Port gesteckt werden muss..?!)
1 USB 2 Kabel welches intern auf einen entsprechenden Port gesteckt werden kann.
1 SATA Kabel das ebenfalls intern auf den Port gesteckt werden kann
1 Stromkabel ohne dies der Cardreader nicht funktioniert.

Neben den vielen Kabel bin ich vor allem wegen der Leistung des Cardreaders enttäuscht.

Wenn ich einen USB3 Cardreader kaufe, erwarte ich auch dass dieser mit USB3 angeschlossen wird. Dem ist aber nicht so. Der Reader geht über den USB2 Port. Somit sind Speeds >20MB/s Fehlanzeige.

Darauf sollte auf der Produkteseite hingewiesen werden.
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29.03.2012
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User earlahg64
IB-864-B, Multicard Reader, 3.5 Zoll, Schwarz (USB 2.0, PCI-X, 4-pin Molex)

Sehr guter Multicard Reader, schnell & zuverlässig...

Sehr guter Multicard Reader, schnell & zuverlässig,
für mich tip-top

USB 3.0 läuft bei mir über eine ASUS U3S6 auf einem ASUS P5Q PRO Turbo Mainboard - einfach perfekt

Super, endlich nicht mehr hinters Gehäuse kriechen ;-)

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17.03.2012
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ICY BOX IB-864-B, Multicard Reader, 3.5 Zoll, Schwarz (USB 2.0, PCI-X, 4-pin Molex) ICY BOX IB-864-B, Multicard Reader, 3.5 Zoll, Schwarz (USB 2.0, PCI-X, 4-pin Molex)