|Screen Size||3.5 inches|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
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Connectland 3.5" Drive Bay Internal Card Reader, 3 Front Panels Includes (CL-CRD20036)
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|Hardware Connectivity||USB||USB 1.1, USB 2.0, USB||USB 3.0, USB||USB 3.0, USB|
|Item Dimensions||2 x 4.5 x 7 in||4.9 x 6.3 x 1.4 in||4 x 4.8 x 0.9 in||2 x 7.5 x 4.5 in|
Fits into 3.5" drive bay. 2 extra front panels included. Connected by motherboard USB internal 9-pin header. Powered by motherboard. Compatible: CF I, CF II, MD, Mini SD with adapter, SD, SDHC, MMC, RS-MMC, MS, MS PRO, MS DUO, MS PRO DUO, M2, Micro SD, T-Flash, X card. 1 extra USB v2.0 port, LED indicators, 6 slots. Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7
Top Customer Reviews
I do like that it comes with different color face plates.
The USB port on the device the plastic part ended pulling out so it's no longer usable.. never rough handled it or anything.
I found the reason this was not working properly was due to a software application, Acronis True Image. Luckily I found this out from hours of searching Google and after buying another card reader which did the same thing. I moved it to 3 stars because their support is not helpful at all.
The device works fine on my computer winning Windows XP, and recognizes all 8GB of my SDHC card. Each slot has its own drive letter. Kinda clutters up the "My Computer" window, but I guess it allows you to access more than one card at a time (as opposed to having only one drive letter for the whole unit.) The USB port shows up as a new drive letter only when something is plugged into it.
I timed the transfer speed of the SD slot, and when using my Transcend 8GB class 10 card, it copied roughly 500MB worth of picture to my 5400RPM SATA Caviar Green HDD in about 10 seconds. 50MB/s is plenty fast for me. That means my full 8GB card should transfer in under 3 minutes.
As others have mentioned, the CF slot is very shallow, as can be seen in the pics I uploaded. Who cares? How big of a klutz are you that you would bump into the front of your tower and break your CF card??? I guess I'll worry about this about as much as I worry about breaking off my DVD drive tray.
The cards go in bottom side up, which is not obvious when first using the reader. The fits are not precise. In the end, only one of the slots was functional. The rest were not. When I asked the computer tech who built the computer for me about it, he said it was not uncommon for those readers not to work. But, they are cheap, so it is easier to swap out the defective one for a new one. That, of course, begs the point. Why have a tailor made computer that doesn't work. I told the tech, get another product line. These are terrible.
And, there is no support.
Save yourself a headache and give this company a wide berth.
Also, there is a (unnecessary and bright) power indicator light and activity light to show read/write activity.