Anker 8-in-1 USB 3.0 Portable Card Reader for SDXC, SDHC, SD, MMC, RS-MMC, Micro SDXC, Micro SD, Micro SDHC Card and UHS-I Cards
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- Simultaneously read and write on two cards to save yourself the effort of constant unplugging and re-plugging.
- USB 3.0 enables data transfer rates of up to 5Gbps for faster sync times, backward compatible with USB 2.0 / 1.1.
- Fully powered via your USB port — no additional power supply required.
- No drivers required for Windows 10/ 8 / 7 / Vista or Mac OS X 10.2 and above.
- Package contents: Anker SD/TF Card Reader, welcome guide, hassle-free 18-month warranty.
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Read almost all your memory cards with speed and convenience.
Cutting-edge USB 3.0.
Blistering fast 5Gbps transfer speed.
Double the slots.
Simultaneously read and write on two cards.
Made of durable, high-grade plastics and premium chips.
LED display brilliance.
Easily see whether it is working or not.
SD-XC, SD, MMC, RS-MMC, SD-HC, Micro SD, Mini SD (required adapter not included).
Windows 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista, MAC OSX, and a USB port.
- The Card Reader is 1.38in / 35mm wide (about the width of two USB ports). Please check to ensure your USB port has ample space around it.
- Data transfer rates are subject to the speed of the memory card itself and your computer's USB ports. With the Uspeed USB 3.0 Card Reader, you can fully enjoy the transfer rates of current high speed cards formats including SDXC, Micro SDXC, high-speed CF(UDMA), UHS-I, and high-speed MS (HX).
- Users using older versions of Windows XP or Mac OS X may need to install operating system upgrades or patches to support the exFAT file system of many high capacity cards (64GB or higher).
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I don't use SD or MicroSD cards much any more like I did in college, but when my girlfriend's Android freaked out and corrupted her entire Micro SD card (I think that's what it was), I told her to let me borrow it. Using this card reader, I was able to plug her Micro SD into my computer, and, with the card still in the reader, ran a data recovery program that rebuilt all her photos that weren't corrupted. The reader got warm from the process (file recovery takes a couple hours and strains the drive that the data is on), but this little guy held in there like a pro. My girlfriend ended up not losing a single file.
Like I said, I don't use card readers very often any more, but this is one of those things that I feel like everyone should have in case of an emergency, like needing to download photos after a digital camera's computer cable is lost, or when you need to get files off an Android. It's less than $10, and it's worth it to have one if and when it's needed right away.
I've had good experience with the brand (Anker) in the past as well. They have really small, minimalistic packaging, but they also don't seem too "businesslike" as a company. At my old job we purchased several "4-Port Aluminum USB 3.0 Hubs", one for every web designer and web developer, since plugging hard drives and flash drives in and out was necessary many times per day. I don't recall ever having issues with any of them.
Anyway, I'm actually going to go browse their other products now haha. Hope my review helped!
This device contains a small blue light that shows when it is on and drawing power from the USB. Unlike other card readers that I have tried, there is no danger of leaving this device plugged into the USB. I've had other card readers that have stopped functioning after being left in a powered usb slot for an extended period of time.
For less than $10.00, Anker delivers a fast, extremely portable reader. The black glossy finished reader came in the standard Anker packaging. Out of the box, the reader is a plug and use device. Just place it into your USB port on your computer and the drivers will automatically install (Windows). When placing it into my Macbook Pro, I was able to use immediately.
The reader itself is VERY small, lightweight, and portable. (I did not want to have to find a place in my laptop bag to fit a bulkier one). To display the size itself, see the photo I included comparing it to a SD card.
I have only tested this product with SD cards, not Micro SD cards. Once you insert the reader, a blue light in the corner of the reader will signal on indicating that it is attached. Using two different SD cards with different speeds (SanDisk ExtremePLUS 32gb, SanDisk UltraPLUS 32gb), I transferred 10gb of data at one time. EACH of these transfers were extremely fast. Obviously the different card speeds displayed different times, however each were completed within minutes (whereas usually I would have started the transfer and got up to do something else). When ejecting the SD card, the blue light blinks indicating that you are doing so.
The only con I have noticed is that when using the product on my Windows computer, I had to wait a minute before the SD cards would be recognized. Almost like the reader had to "warm up". I tried multiple USB 3.0 ports to see if this would change and it did not. This a minor con, however I wanted other consumers to be aware in case this happens to them. Note: This did not happen on my Mac.
Overall this is a great little product. I would recommend to anyone who would like a portable SD card reader. Of course make note that this only supports SD and Micro SD, so if you are using a different kind, then this isn't for you. However, for most consumers this will be a great product that exceeds their needs.