Hey, this works! I'm using it right now to write this review. It is ideal read your own cards and to, if you want to check your own file security and the capability of cracking your personnal informations.
It is compatible with Windows but it also works with Linux and Mac. There's no concs at all but If I known It was that good I would have buy the ... Read more
Easy to use, just plug it in and swipe your card. Input is simply done as a USB keyboard. Works perfectly under Windows and Linux. Non-slip rubber feet on the bottom mean the reader is unlikely to fall off your desk. Lightweight and well constructed. Larger than typical swipe card readers you'll see used in shops or security systems. Manual provided ... Read more
Cheap, good for development. plug'n'play. Smooth metal bottom so cards won't wear down the reader or the other way around. visual indicator for powered on (red diode always on), getting ready/installing(green diode blinking) and swipe/read state (green diode on). Audio indicator for successful swipe(beep). Works out of the box on Linux and Windows It'... Read more
Well built Not Macintosh compatible I was unable to get this card reader to work with a MacBook running 10.6, Windows XP in Parallels on said MacBook, or an eMac running 10.5. In each scenario, the yellow light never stopped blinking and swiping a card never produced any output. I experienced the same results with Debian Linux on an Eee PC. By contrast,... Read more
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