Transcend USB 3.0 Super Speed Multi-Card Reader for SD/SDHC/SDXC/MS/CF Cards (TS-RDF8K)

Unleash the full potential of high-speed memory cards with the RDF8 USB 3.0 card reader! The RDF8 offers blazing fast transfers with USB 3.0 interface, making it perfect for professional photographers to effortlessly copy a large number of images. The RDF8 provides a total of four slots, one CF, one SDHC/SDXC, one M2/microSD, and one

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Unleash the full potential of high-speed memory cards with the RDF8 USB 3.0 card reader! The RDF8 offers blazing fast transfers with USB 3.0 interface, making it perfect for professional photographers to effortlessly copy a large number of images. The RDF8 provides a total of four slots, one CF, one SDHC/SDXC, one M2/microSD, and one MS PRO/XC/MS DUO. It supports all new card formats including SDHC UHS-1, SDXC UHS-1, UDMA6/UDMA7 CF and MSXC cards. Backwards compatible with USB2.0, the RDF8 is the ideal companion for your present and future data management needs.

Product Features

  • Super-Speed USB 3.0 interface (also compatible with USB 2.0)
  • Supports SDHC UHS-1, SDXC UHS-1, UDMA6/UDMA7 CF and MSXC cards
  • LED card insertion / data transfer activity indicator
  • Transfer high-resolution images and video recordings to your computer faster and more efficiently
  • USB powered (no external power or battery needed)
  • Offers a free download of RecoveRx data recovery software
  • Two-year Limited Warranty

Comments

elogical says:

Much better options available I purchased this as highly recommended by some fellow photographers and for a little while I was quite impressed. The USB 3.0 isn’t quite night and day difference (unless maybe if you have class 10 cards or something?) but my class 4 and class 6 SD cards and comparable speed CF cards seem to be faster here than on USB 2.0. It also looks fairly sleek.That’s the good part. Now on to why I can’t recommend it… It has driver issues with windows 7. It’s nothing that isn’t solvable with a little know how but my own experience and that of a few other reviewers is enough to tell me that this is far from plug and play. It’s 2012. With a modern computer and current OS I don’t think it’s unreasonable to think that this should be recognized correctly every time I plug it in, not just most of the time.And the other bad… It no longer works for CF cards because multiple pins have bent down. It isn’t even remotely surprising to me that this happened because the cards don’t…

Clyde says:

It works, what else? 0

Brian P. Barnes "Brian P" says:

Does not work with SDXC 64 GB, zero technical support 0

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