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Sandisk MicroMate SD / SDHC Memory Card Reader (Static Pack, New, SDDR-113)

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  • Brand New, Sandisk MicroMate SD / SDHC Reader SDDR-113
  • Each unit packaged in a Special Anti-Static Bag
  • USB 2.0 Specifications for SD HC (High Capacity)
  • Read / Write to your SD/microSD (with adapter) cards up to 32GB
  • Warranty directly through Sandisk
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  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000YBH4YU
  • Item model number: SDDR-113
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (369 customer reviews)
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Product Description

MicroMate for Secure Digital Cards supports SD and SDHC / Compact in design / Perfect as an extra set to carry around in your briefcase, purse, or keychain. Comes with protective cap. Brand New - each unit packaged in a Special Anti-Static Protective bag.

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Customer Reviews

The Sandisk MicroMate SD Card Reader works great.
macchick
Much easier to transfer photos from camera to computer.
Fred Kral
Is small enough to fit in a camera bag film pocket.
sean

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170 of 178 people found the following review helpful By Klondike Kid on January 15, 2008
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I recently purchased a couple of 8GB SDHC memory cards for my Canon Powershot digital camera. I record both still photos and high quality video on these cards. The Sandisk MicroMate card reader is the perfect means for moving my photo and video files from the camera to the computer for storage and/or editing. Using this tiny unit with the memory card is SO much better than tracking down the camera/computer interface cable and hooking them up for the transfer. This card reader eliminates needing to power up the camera (and running down the batteries) to make the file transfers and you can take as long as you want viewing the photos and video on the card before deciding which ones to move to the hard drive without affecting the camera batteries.

The second great thing about this product was it was actually cheaper than the shipping costs!! Can't beat that.
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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Richard Di Tieri, Rd on February 17, 2008
title says it all. I guess its a bit wide at the base and if you needed to plug it in a USB port next to other ports it could get in the way. Its very thin, which is nice, but in a USB hub or something the width would be in the way...

I'm just nit-picking though. It works just fine...
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67 of 72 people found the following review helpful By R. Martinez on September 10, 2010
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Over the year and a half of having this I've found out a pattern to using this that may interest some people. If you connect the reader directly to a USB port on an iMac you will have reliability issues. The drive will unexpectedly disconnect and reconnect randomly. If you connect this reader directly to a Windows PC's USB port similar symptoms will arise though the speed of the data transfers and just loading the contents in a Windows Explorer window is noticeably slow. Once loaded the data appears quickly until the reader decides to slow down again, which is every couple of minutes. The reason for this is because the reader isn't getting enough power. Believe it or not there's not enough power on the powered USB ports directly on a PC to power this reader.

The way to solve this problem is to plug the reader into a powered USB hub. I have a couple Kensington Dome USB 2.0 Hubs here and the reader works fine plugged into one of them. Despite my microSDHC cards being Class 2, they work just as fast as my PNY 1GB Attaché thumb drive on a powered hub. This leads me to wonder if buying a different reader necessarily solves the under-powered USB port problem. I love buying the bulk package 8GB microSDHC cards because they're so cheap. I'd love to use a simple thumb drive-like reader that works with under-powered USB ports, but now I'm not so sure it would work.

[UPDATE] Another thing I found out is if you format a card on a Mac with Disk Utility, you need a powered hub. If you format a card on a Windows computer (either a real PC or a virtualized PC) the underpowered USB ports read the card just fine. Strange that there's a difference, but there is apparently. Macs must do something to the FAT32 formatting that Windows doesn't agree with.
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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Garden Hoe on April 9, 2008
I bought my wife a Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ4K camera with a 8 GB SDHC card so she could take videos without worrying about running out of storage space. The problem with the DMC-TZ4K is that when transferring files with the camera you are limited to USB 1.0 speed.

The Sandisk Micromate SDHC memory card reader is great and now it only takes a few minutes to transfer gigs of pictures and videos instead of an hour.
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40 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Multi-skills on February 5, 2008
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This is an exceptional value- works great right out of the package (which is important because you don't get any instruction sheet). I bought it because my previous reader wouldn't handle the 2GB cards I bought (or SDHC cards, though I don't have any devices that accept these yet).

Downside: it doesn't plug directly into the frontside USB ports because my Dell didn't leave enough flat space below the ports. A thoughtful redesign might have solved this. It does fit in the ports that come with the flat screen monitor I have but green "activity light" then faces the wrong way (tells you when the card is being accessed and you shouldn't remove the card). Also it would be nice to have an indicator showing which way to insert the card.

Still, for this price it is a bargain.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 12, 2008
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This is a fast card reader. It's definitely USB2 and improved the speed to download images from my camera greatly. Well worth the 10$ if you have more than 1gb of flash space that you use often! Also allows you to use SD cards as a flash drive if you want to.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Clever Name Goes Here on December 11, 2010
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A simple device; works just like you would expect. Build quality is very solid and qualitative, as is common with SanDisk products; even the tactile nature of the plastic used on this seems really nice to me. The cap that covers the USB connection will snap onto the back as well, and there is a small green light that comes on when a card is inserted. Get this if you have SDHC cards, as they will benefit from the faster transfer speeds this is capable of.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By M. Harper on May 22, 2008
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This Sandisk MicroMate SD card reader is compact. No cord to carry around. Loads pictures very fast. Its light weight makes it so convenient to take it anywhere with you.
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