Plugable USB 2.0 Flash Memory Card Reader for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Certain Android Systems – Supports SD cards (SDHC, Mini SD, Micro SD / T-Flash, etc) and MS, MS Pro Duo, MMC, More

Plugable’s USB 2.0 media card reader is compact for easy portability, with a flexible USB cord to enable connections in tight spots next to larger USB plugs. The Plugable USB2-CARDRAM3 is a great option for anyone looking for an easy way add support for the most common storage media types used in common digital cameras,

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Plugable’s USB 2.0 media card reader is compact for easy portability, with a flexible USB cord to enable connections in tight spots next to larger USB plugs. The Plugable USB2-CARDRAM3 is a great option for anyone looking for an easy way add support for the most common storage media types used in common digital cameras, MP3 players, and mobile phones.



Compatible card types

SD, SDHC, Mini SD, Micro SD (Trans-Flash), MS, MS Pro, MS Duo, MS Pro Duo, HS MS, MMC, RSMMC



Operating Systems supported

Driverless compatibility with modern USB 3.0, 2.0, and 1.1 capable systems including Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Android compatibility varies by device and is limited to devices running 4.0 and later with a full-sized USB port for peripherals.

Product Features

  • Supports SD, SDHC, mini SD, Micro SD (t-Flash), MS, MS Pro, MS Duo, MS Pro Duo, HS MS, MMC, RS-MMC
  • Compliant with USB 2.0 / 1.1 (Data Rate 1.5/12/480 Mbps)
  • Complies with USB Storage Class specification Rev. 1.0
  • Operating System Supported: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Mac OS X, Linux

Comments

M. Erb says:

Faster reads and writes than my other two card readers. I already have 2 other USB card readers. The and I also have the . Both of these are significantly larger than this Plugable card reader. But size isn’t everything as I soon learned.The Plugable card reader has a permanently attached USB cable, 4 inches long. For my use alongside my laptop, it’s the perfect length. If you wanted to use this with a tower you might need to use a USB extension cable for convenience.I don’t worry too much about the speed of these devices but I was curious nonetheless to see how this little reader would stack up against the other two readers that I had. I was completely surprised by my little test.I had a file 929.3MB in size. I copied the…

jjceo (jjceo@comcast . net) says:

A great portable card reader that works well and it is priced right! I have multiple cameras and use all types of different memory sticks in our home and I love this small and portable card reader. It will work with SD cards, Micro SD cards and Sony Memory Stick cards. In addition to owning cameras we have a lot of digital photo frames that we use and we are always updating the photos on the memory sticks to add the newest photos. I made a short video of the card reader for your review.This reader is great in that it simply takes a USB 2.0 or 1.1 port on your computer or laptop and you are in business transferring files to your computer or to the memory stick. I used it with everything from a 128 MB Memory Stick to a 64 GIG SD card without any issues. I like that the pig tail USB connector is short and that makes it easy to carry but it is also long enough get the card reader away from the back of the computer so you have room to work and plug the memories in easily.The card reader is compatible with…

Roger J. Buffington says:

Nifty little flash reader 0

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