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Sabrent 74-In-1 3.5-Inch Internal Flash Media Card Reader/writer with USB Port (CR-USNT)
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- Supports 74 different types of memory cards
- Operating System Support: Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista/Window 7/8, Linu/Mac OS X Internal power connector to ensure USB HUB has sufficient power for external USB devices
- Plus 1 x USB 2.0 port
- The 6 card reader slots include all formats of the following flash media types: M2, XD, SD/SDHC/SDXC/MMC, Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC (T-flash) CF/MD, MS (Some card may require adapter)
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The Sabrent CR-USNT is a simple PC desktop upgrade that lets you add an Internal Card Reader to the front panel (3.5″) of your desktop, by connecting to an existing USB header on your motherboard (Most Pentium 2 and newer motherboards have them, and most are not used). The Sabrent reader is equipped with 7 slots to accommodate all the latest models of flash media on the market today, including the latest SDHC/SDXC, Micro SDHC/SDXC and M2 slots. Sharing the data is quick and easy between media types or to the PC. Plus, you gain easy access to an additional USB 2.0 port on your front panel. The fully-enclosed aluminum housing provides secure installation, while effectively dissipating heat; and two LEDs quickly confirm power and activity. Provides full USB 2.0 speeds of up to 480 mbps; reverse compatible with USB 1.1.
* Compliant with USB 2.0
* The 6 card reader slots include all formats of the following flash media types: M2, XD, SD/SDHC/SDXC/MMC, Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC (T-flash) CF/MD, MS (Some card may require adapter)
* Plus 1 x USB 2.0 port
* Available 9-pin USB header on the Motherboard.
* Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7/8 (32-bit and 64-bit versions)
* Mac OS X
What's in the box?
1 x Sabrent CR-USNT Internal USB Card Reader.
1 x Set of screws to secure the card reader to the desktop.
This product comes with a three year warranty.
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Top Customer Reviews
BUT as the other reviews have stated, the LEDs on it are absolutely blinding. There's a blue light to indicate it's getting power, and a white light to indicate it's reading an SD/CF/etc card. If your computer is plugged into the wall and receiving power, the blue light is always on. This includes when the computer is asleep/shut down and plugged in. It's bright enough to illuminate part of my wall from across the bedroom, and I really wouldn't recommend looking directly into it. So on a lazy Sunday, I did an easy fix...
1) Either take the reader out of the box or completely remove it from your case if already installed.
2) The reader case is composed of 3 parts - the black front plate, and the top and the bottom of the grey part. There are no screws, they just clip into place - pull the black front off.
3) Pull the top grey part off.
4) You'll see two LEDs sticking out of the board. The bottom one is the painful blue one. Wiggle it from left to right until it snaps off.
5) TRASH THE TERRIBLE LIGHT
6) Put the black front piece back first, to ensure the white LED lines up with the hole. You can remove the white LED too, but I didn't (see below).
7) Snap the top piece back on as it was before
8) Install the card reader as you normally would.
I left the white LED there because it only turns on when the computer is awake and a memory card is put in it. If you put the computer to sleep/turn it off, the white LED goes off with it. It's not as abrasive as the blue LED, and is a good signal that the reader is working.
Hopefully this can save someone else some pain!Read more ›
It is about 2 mm smaller than a standard floppy drive thus there is a tiny gap.
The item is well build but like others mentioned, the blue light is bright enough to lit up the room
Here is another FIX
Instead of discarding the LED, I faced mine towards the rear.
This way, your card slots will glow Blue.
Not only does it looks cool, the pins will reflect the blue light and might prevent you from sticking in the card wrongly.
1) pull off the front black bezel (there are two black tabs on each side)
2) pull off the top (metal)
3) notice the bottom LED and its polarity (inside the LED, one terminal should be triangular-shaped)
4) cut out the LED (somewhere in the middle)
5) solder the extension wires from the leftover legs to the LED (remember the polarity)
6) face the LED backwards
7) I attached mine with a tie-wrap on a sticky PCB tab. A dab of transparent caulking or hot glue will work to as long as the bare LED legs do not touch the chassis
The only thing: The light is REALLY bright. The blue light is always on, and a white light comes on when media is inserted. That blue light is bright enough to be very annoying if your computer is placed in a bedroom/dorm or something (and you leave your comp on at night). Nothing a little piece of tape couldn't fix, but something to consider.
There is an issue with USB 3.0 devices if plugged in too far. The device will not receive power and will not work. Pulling it out a little will allow the device to function.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked perfectly for mico-sd and sd, have not tried the other card reader ports.Published 1 day ago by Amy McDowell
Does exactly what it should. No issues during installation, cables were long enough to reach the motherboard connectors. Read morePublished 2 days ago by SUNSHINE STATE AUCTIONS
Yes, the light is bright. Nothing a small amount of tape didn't fix. Otherwise it worked fine for my use.Published 3 days ago by Robert Reeder
Super fast. SD transfers at over 20mb/sec.. whaaatt! yes!
Nothing like crappy usb adapter sticks topping out at 1mb/sec
Great way to read cards without using the motherboard pins for another attachmentPublished 6 days ago by Adam
It worked great when it worked (a couple of times). The problem was that it had a total failure about a week after installation. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Bill V
Pile of crap, SD card doesnt fit and micro sd slid all the way into the slot.Published 8 days ago by Greg
It does not work and when I put the sd card came with great difficultyPublished 9 days ago by Edwin Camacho