Sabrent Introduces CR-CF20 Card Reader For CFast 2.0 Memory Cards

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New Card Reader From Sabrent!

Sabrent just launched its USB Type-C card reader (CR-CF20), which makes capturing, backing up, and editing HD photos and videos on CFast 2.0 memory cards easy. The Sabrent CR-CF20 uses a USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C connector that can transfer content over a 5Gbps connection with a speed of up to 460MBps.

Sabrent CR-CF20 also supports both UASP and BOT, which makes it compatible with every CFast 2.0 memory card on the market. The Sabrent CR-CF20 supported cameras include Canon EOS C500, C300 Mark II, EOS C700, the still Canon EOS 1-D X Mark II, Hasselblad H6D-100C, and many more.

The Sabrent CR-CF20 comes equipped with a 15cm USB Type C cable that can be connected to many devices, including Windows, MacOS, and other devices. It also offers a backward-compatible plug-and-play feature, making connecting to any device on the go easier.

An LED indicator is also there to notify users. The Sabrent CR-CF20 comes encased in a high-quality aluminum shell, which also helps dissipate heat away from the memory cards, offering maximum performance and quality.

Sabrent has designed the Sabrent CR-CF20 for laptops that only come equipped with USB Type C for connectivity and would be perfect to use on the go without worrying about carrying a separate dongle.

Though users who are looking to use the Sabrent CR-CF20 on devices without USB Type-C ports should also invest in a USB Type-C to USB Type-A converter. Sabrent CR-CF20 is currently available at both Amazon and Newegg for $35.

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