Scan code: LN96754 Manufacturer code: MCRH-IN-U

Xclio All in 1 Multi-format 3.5" Internal Card Reader Black

Xclio 3.5" Internal All in One Memory Card Reader, MS/MS Duo, SD/MMC, CF, XD, T-Flash, M2, USB2.0, Black

Scan code: LN96754 Manufacturer code: MCRH-IN-U
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Product Overview Transfers images, music or data between digital devices and a computer!

You can easily write/read data to/from the storage cards or exchange data in different cards. A USB 2.0 port is included in the front panel providing extra connectivity from the front of your PC.

The Card Reader is designed to be part of the desktop PC. The card reader/writer is equipped with six slots. It features a high speed USB 2.0 port for connecting your digital camera or other compatible device. No more reaching to the back of the computer or unplugging devices.

It's black faceplate complements any case and fits into an available 3.5-inch slot on your computer. Start downloading photos, music or data files today! Features • Supports high-speed (480M bps) & full-speed (12Mbps) data transfer rate
• Doesn’t need driver in any Operating Systems (except Win98 SE)
• Compliant with USB2.0 and backward compliant with USB 1.1 standards
• Runs at 30MHz, built-in 480 MHz PLL
• Auto detects card type
• LED indicator light
• Ping-pong FIFO implementation for concurrent bus operation
• Marks on sides of the card slots, easy to distinguish
• Chipset solution: ALCOR AU6370
• Interface: Six slots card reader & writer and one USB port
• Supports high-speed (480Mbps) & full-speed (12Mbps) data transfer rate4
• Supports slot-to-slot read/write operation
• Hot-Swappable supported
• Read high speed over 4.3Mbps
• Write high speed over 1.3Mbps
• Built-in 3.3V to 1.8V regulator
• Works with USB bus power

Support Card Type:

Memory Stick Magicgate Pro
Memory Stick Magicgate Duo
Compact Flash
Micro Drive
Memory Stick Pro
Memory Stick Duo
Memory Stick Pro Duo
Also supports Mini SD /Micro SD/T-Flash / MMC Micro/M2 by use special adapter
Memory Stick Magicgate
Memory Stick
SD Card
Interface Card reader
Compatible cards
  • Compact Flash
  • HS MMC
  • M2
  • Memory Stick Duo
  • Memory Stick Magic Gate
  • Memory Stick Pro
  • Memory Stick Pro (MG)
  • Memory Stick Pro Duo
  • Micro Drive
  • MicroSD
  • Mini SD
  • MMC
  • MMC Micro
  • RS-MMC
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • T-Flash
  • xD-PictureCard
Internal/External Internal
Drive Bay Compatibility 3.5" Internal
Colour Black
Additional Information
Scan Code LN96754
Model Number MCRH-IN-U
GTIN 5053118003390

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

12 months
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
0871 472 4747
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