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Compact Flash CF Card Reader, WEme Aluminum Multi-in-1 USB 3.0 Micro SD Card Reader with 2-in-1 Type C Adapter for PC, Mac, Macbook Mini, USB C Devices, Support Sandisk/ Lexar UHS, SDHC Memory Card
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- Multi function 3 slots USB3.0 Card Reader sync at speeds up to 5Gbps, backward compatible with USB 2.0 / 1.1. The actual transfer rates depend on specific devices
- Ideal for transferring high-resolution images and video recordings. Support SDHC (UHS-I), SDXC (UHS-I), microSD, microSDHC (UHS-I), microSDXC (UHS-I) and CF typeⅠ(3.3mm)/MD
- Latest style USB 3.0 Type C Connector, works with the latest computers and smart devices -- easily connect Apple the New Macbook 12 Inch, ChromeBook Pixel and more with USB-C port
- No external power supply required , USB Bus powered. Draw Power directly from USB3.0 Port
- Premium aluminum exterior and compact design, durable to scratches with wear-resistant PVC joint. Plug & Play and Hot swapping
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WEme USB3.0 3-Slot Card Reader transfer your data,vedio,photo faster.Based on USB3.0 interface transfer performance of up to 5Gbps,this card reader/writer reduces transfer time when downloading data from card to computer.This compact solution supports all major card formats and support for next-generation Ultra High Speed SDHC/SDXC and Micro SDHC/SDXC cards
With SuperSpeed transfer rates of up to 5 Gbps,spend less time syncing and more time doing the things you enjoy,also support High-Speed(480Mbps)/Full-Speed(12 Mbps),and low-speed(1.5Mbps)
It features a cutting-edge USB3.0 interface,but is also backward compatible with USB2.0.Fully supporting all major memory cards
1.Not support CF/SD/TF cards read data at the same time,CF slot only fits CF typeⅠ
2.SD card and TF card sharing one channel can not be read simultaneously
3.The card reader can only read one of the card when cards sharing the same slot at the same time
4.This card reader does NOT support iPad and iPhone
SD Slot:SecureDigital(SD),SDHC,SDXC,SD Pro,SD-Max,SD-Pleomax,SD-Pro C,Super SD,Turbo SD, Elite Pro SD,Extreme III SD,Gaming Edition SD,Platinum II SD,Ultima I SD,Ultima II SD,Ultimate SD,Ultra High Speed SD,Ultra II SD,Ultra II SD Plus,Ultra SD,Ultra-X SD,DV-RS MMC,High Speed MMC/RS-MMC,MCCmobile,MMC Pro,MMCplus,MMCplus Turbo,RS-MMC
CF Slot:CompactFlash Type I,CF Elite Pro,CF PRO I,CF Turbo,CF Ultima I,Extreme CF,Extreme III CF,HS CF,Ultra II CF
Micro SD Slot:MicroSD(TransFlash),microSDHC
Compatible OS:Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1(32/64-bit);Mac OS 10.10 or higher;Chrome OS;Linux OS
1xUSB3.0 Multi-in-1 Card Reader
1xUSB Type-C Adaptor
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SD card speeds
SD cards, Class 10 - 10 MB/s (Class number = MB/s)
SD cards, UHS-3 - 30 MB/s (UHS number = 10 MB/s)
SD cards, V90 - 90 MB/s (Video number = MB/s)
Note: SD card technology has evolved faster than the specs sometimes. So you may find an SD card that is labeled UHS-3 that works at 90 MB/s. The V90 classification just wasn't out yet. Check out some benchmarking sites if interested. Pay more attention to the MB/s than the classification when shopping.
USB speeds (there are sites stating higher MB/s numbers but they're not factoring in protocol overhead)
USB 2.0 - Roughly 48 MB/s
USB 3.0 - Roughly 500 MB/s (the higher speeds necessitate shorter, stiffer cables)
7200 RPM - Roughly 80 MB/s for mass data transfer
SSD - possibly 1.8 GB/s (SSDs have multiple protocols and connections available, look up benchmarks if shopping)
Camera - Canon Rebel T3i
Read/Write to card by camera - up to 45 MB/s (if SD card is fast enough)
Read/Write between card and computer via USB 2.0 - up to 48 MB/s (but it feels slower)
RAW CR2 files - about 20 MB each
We're starting to shoot in RAW more. More pictures more often. And when you connect the camera to a computer and browse the chip, the directory listing takes a while to appear, and it appears in chunks. We wanted something faster. So I got a 90 MB/s SD card and this USB 3.0 card reader. Shooting goes as fast as the camera is capable, then we take the chip out of the camera and put it in this card reader connected to our computer through a USB 3.0 port (the ones with the blue-tip connectors.) Directory listings come up much faster and transfers happen at 80 MB/s (capped by HDD transfer speed.)
I had considered getting an internal SD card reader for our computer, but I am very happy with this one. The case feels solid so I feel comfortable packing it for travel when needed. It comes with a USB-C adapter so I can use it with my phone.
This device is a big win because of quality, performance, and versatility.
It works when I plug it into the USB 2.0 slot on my pc but won't stay connected while plugged into the USB 3.0 pc slot. It flashes up for a second and then disappears and continues to do this until I unplug it. This could be an issue with the pc slot but I haven't any problem when connecting other USB ports to the 3.0 pc slot.
It took awhile to know if the card was in the right way round, there is no indication as to the right way up and even by "feeling" the card slide in you aren't sure if it's connected with the terminals, there is a "harshness" with slotting in the cards, unlike other card readers I've used.
Over all the quality is lower than other card readers I have used
This product malfunctioned in my windows based system causing me to suspect it was for Apple. After the device malfunctioned (as in DID NOT WORK AT ALL) when plugged into the Apple as well, it was apparent I’d been shipped garbage. I can’t imagine that I got the 1 in 10,000 units that was a bad product, but I got it. It was junk.
It works OK at USB 2.0 speeds. I haven't tested 3.0 speeds yet. I worked with the 32 GB and 128 GB micro sd cards using either the micro sd card port or the sd card port with an adapter. It matches the aluminum color of my 21" iMac fairly well.
One thing I was really hoping I could do with this device doesn't work. It can only work with one of the card ports at a time. If you hoped to copy from one sd card to another by having them both plugged in at the same time, forget it. It will only recognize the first card plugged in and will not recognize the second card until unplugged and reinserted.
I will say that I did have an initial problem getting the device to connect. I read the instructions and reconnected and it worked just fine. Very rare when the documentation for these sorts of devices is helpful in any way.