CTCstore MicroSD / MicroSDHC & Memory Stick Micro M2 USB 2.0 Card Reader
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- Aceepts MicroSD, MicroSDHC & M2 cards
- USB 2.0 compatible
- Compatible with Vista, Mac OS X and XP
- 1 Year Warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
Pretty much, I would recommend this to some of my co-workers or family, but certainly not any of my friends. Pay a little extra for the extra protection from shock. I found it odd that even though it was obviously broken, and it's task is so simple and involves no moving parts, that the device even worked on my computer at all, even if it did lock my card. If you can take care of your adapter, you should enjoy a lifelong product.
One problem I've had with my adapter was with retrieving the micro card. It was almost as if it wanted to eat the thing!
This device does not, (I repeat) does not give me that problem.
So long story short, if you ever need to trade information on the go, this little reader is a must.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was good untill it broke on me. Oh well it did serve it's purpose but it was very deliquitePublished 12 months ago by Trent
This card adapter worked for about 6 months then began working erratically then about 2 months after that it quit altogether. Threw it in the trash and bought a SadDisk.Published on January 17, 2014 by CarGuy
desde un inicio no hacia buen contacto, lo barato sale caro. . . . . . . . . .Published on March 17, 2013 by PIB
Works better than my other adapter that makes you hold down the microSD flash card sometimes for it to read.
Still going strong.
U can find them for under and dollar bet u cant find any better for the price, and it functions well.Published on November 30, 2010 by Pavel A Aleksandrov
This thing is barely larger than the micro-SD card it houses; after using it flawlessly for about a month it suddenly started acting up and not showing up on the desktop. Read morePublished on November 22, 2010 by Emlyn Addison
This is the neatest little device I've ever seen. You insert your micro-card into the reader slot, put the whole thing into a USB port and you can use the micro card like a normal... Read morePublished on October 28, 2010 by Lee Stahl