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Transcend P8 15-in-1 USB 2.0 Flash Memory Card Reader TS-RDP8W (White)
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- Compatible with CF, SD, SDHC, MMC, MMCplus, RS-MMC, MMCmobile, miniSD, miniSDHC, and MMCmicro microSD, microSDHC and Memory Stick series cards
- Free photo recovery software
- Easy Plug and Play installation
- 2-Year warranty
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My only criticism and it is a struggle to even come up with this, is that the 24" USB cable provided with the reader is white and so it looks a bit odd when plugged into the black card reader. But that is only an aesthetic criticism which in the end doesn't really count.
I was very surprised and pleased with the performance of this item as it far exceeded my expectations, and I would be shocked if it could be substantially outperformed by other readers at any price! The construction is very nice, it is small so it doesn't take up much room when travelling, and is a great item for a very low price. Buy one today ... I am going to buy another in fact so that I have a spare in my portable bag.
Works fine with SD cards. Never tried the MS slot, so can't comment on that one.
Here are the memory cards that I have used with this card reader to get data onto my Apple MacBook Pro:
-Transcend 32GB Compact Flash 400X
-Dane-Elec 16GB Compact Flash (speed unknown)
-Transcend 16GB SDHC Class 10
-SanDisk Extreme 8GB SDHC Class 10 (30MB/s)
-SanDisk Exreme III 4GB SDHC Class 6
Like I said, this Transcend card reader recognizes them pretty quickly, and appears to download from them at approximately the same speed. The only one that has a noticeable difference in download speed are the Compact Flash cards (CF cards). Both the Transcend 32GB CF card and the Dane-Elec 16GB CF card read significantly more slowly than the SD/SDHC/SDXC cards read. I expected the Dane-Electric to be slow (because I don't know what speed it is rated for)... and the Transcend CF gets read so slowly which is surprising because it is rated for such a high speed.
After using one particular SD card maybe 10 times with the reader, the tip of the SD card now has a bit of plastic peeling off. It's a *Transcend* SD card. Evidently Transcend cannot make its own cards fit in its reader. Very disappointing. I fail to understand why the design team couldn't make the slots fit as well as just about every other reader out there.
~$ cp -r /Volumes/NIKON\ D300/ /dev/null
I'm seeing a steady 34.8MB/s, which is OUTSTANDING. That's basically as fast as you'll ever see disk data move over USB.
It's a full 4X faster than my old Lexar reader. There isn't a cover for the slots, so you probably want to keep it in a little ziploc bag like me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good card reader, but it has one flaw: You can only use one of the slots at the same time. Putting in a SD and a microSD won't work because it seems that all the slots share the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. E.
It lasted 6 months, before some how the "pins" got messed up on the Memory Stick slot and I had to get another one.Published 1 month ago by Corvette