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MOBILEMATE MicroSD / MicroSDHC / Memory Stick Micro M2 USB 2.0 Card Reader / Writer supports upto 16GB MicroSDHC and 16GB M2
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- Compatible with microSD / Transflash / Memory Stick Micro M2 / microSDHC Cards
- Turn your MicroSD or M2 Card into a USB 2.0 Flash Drive
- Supports upto 16GB MicroSDHC and 16GB Memory Stick Micro (M2)
- Read / Write to your MicroSD or M2 card (no adapter necessary!)
- Fully compliant with USB 2.0 specification
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UPDATE MAY 2010:
Product suddenly stopped working. changed my rating!
FINAL UPDATE 2011:
Purchased the USB 2.0 Micro SD card reader writer made by HDE and it has been working for a year now! Great product for $1.50.
Photo was wrong, received another brand with cheap silver connectors instead of gold colored ones. One connector was slightly deformed. This one worked intermittently while the other was fine but I doubt these will last long, material is for permanent connectings - soldering. If you want to stick to this brand avoid all these lower priced sellers. Better option is to purchase the sandisk SDDR-121-A11M mobilemate ones, lower chance of failure. http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-SDDR-121-A11M-MobileMate-Memory-Reader/dp/B000WR3Z3A/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1352746994&sr=8-1&keywords=sandisk+mobilemate
Update: As predicted both of two that I have purchased have since failed.
But they're cheap. i would have liked it to last a little longer before I had to replace it.
Under a scope in our lab, the contact traces were almost certainly printed too thin to survive more than two dozen insertions intact (solution: never take the card out once it's inserted... fail). These were probably manufactured using inferior materials with low conductivity (epic fail).
Probably best suited for a glass bowl grab-a-handful giveaway item at a Barbie trade show booth, these would be appropriately priced at around 7¢ each, but they were still worth the $1.10 (each) we invested to figure out if they're The Real Deal or not.
Even Barbie has more self-respect than to sell such toy-grade trash as if they were electronic components you could risk putting your data into. And they're now asking over $4 for these? Obscenely over-inflated prices, very shabby product. Cute, though... if you don't mind your pocket being picked.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice little, unlimited capacity USB data drive. Need more capacity? Get an additional card and something to store the one(s) you aren't using.Published 28 days ago by Carlos Benjamin
This worked well, but does not stand the test of time tucked away in my computer bag, I found the corners break off. Read morePublished 5 months ago by BigBacon