• Vizo Master Panel II Review
  • Vizo Master Panel II Review

    Author: Matt
    Published: March 8th, 2011 11:33 AM
    Category: Drives,Reviews
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Introduction

1 Vizo Master Panel II Review
The average computer nowadays has about two USB ports and some audio ports. To be honest this is nowhere near enough with the growing amount of input devices a typical computer user has, such as digital cameras, MP3 players and webcams. Today we are reviewing the Master Panel II from Vizo; a product that will make connecting your devices to the PC, much easier. Let’s see how it does in the review…

About Vizo

VIZO Technology Corporation is a leading global manufacturer and designer of computer peripheral products serving customers around the world. Established in Taiwan in 1992, VIZO has expanded and now operates in the market completely reorganized and prepared to meet the demand for high quality products which are “Made in Taiwan”.

Features

  • For 5.25″ bay
  • USB 2.0 internal card reader (4 memory slots available so you can copy data between different memory cards at the same time)
  • Dual fan speed control knobs (4v-12V)
  • Multi I/O transfer function (USB*2 / 1394 / eSATA / RCA / audio*3)
  • Support hot plug and hot swappable (Must be attached to hot swappable compliant host to enable hot swappable function)
  • Not need to go to the back, do it in the front
  • Support Win 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista
  • Support Mac OS 9.X / X or above

Specifications

Card Reader Interface:
USB 2.0
Power Mode:
USB Power / DC 12V,5V
Memory Card Slot: 4 slots FOR: Compact Flash Type I/II, Micro Driver, Memory Stick(Duo*), Memory Stick PRO(Duo*), Smart Media, SD, miniSD*, Multi Media Card, RS-MMC*, microSD*
Fan Control:
2 *3pin fan RPM control knobs(4V-12V)
Dimensions: 148 x 42 x 70 (W x H x D ) mm
Weight: 90 g


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