Excerpt: The reader I got was very difficult to put my SD card into. And when I plugged it into my computer, the computer did not recognized the camera card as being present. So I am returning this item.
Summary: I need this to Card Reader to upload my picture because my sony memery card was not working on my camera but once i open it and plug it in too my computer it don't work or upload it and sayed error i tried my best to make it work but nothing happening it not working on my laptop at ALL which is a mac and a total upset too me and b.t.w the card reader ship fast came in 4 days i had stander shipping but i going get my money back and just upload the pictures from walgreens...
Summary: It fits in USB ports with no problems. It reads and writes data from the card reader to my computer and from my computer to the card reader. The transfer rate on the card reader is slower when the card reader is writing data to the card reader. For the price it meets all my expectations. I am happy with my purchase.
Excerpt: This is my second reader of this type/brand and so far no complaints. The small size is really convenient and while not as fast as a USB3 connection, the transfer rate is still more than acceptable.
Pros: Durable Dock, Fast Transfer, Lightweight, Reliable
Summary: Nov 22 2013, I love, love this product!! I was googling and researching similar usbs and found this one on Walmart and boy was I blessed with a wonderful product!! It paid for itself(very inexpensive by the way) within the first day I used it!! I love the sophisticated look and I tried in on several of my devices and connections for devices and it works wonderfully.
Summary: This may be a little bit more expensive than it's younger brothers but it works. Other ones had problems and it seems the old adage is true: you get what you pay for. If your data is too valuable to fool around with maybe-will-work models, get this one and rest easy.
Excerpt: I went on a trip and since my new SLR used Secure Digital cards I left my multi-format card reader at home. I had bought a 64 GB Secure Digital card so I could shoot without changing cards but then found that my old reader, which was compact, would not download past 32 GB. It turned out that my new card was SDXC format, used for larger capacities larger than 32 GB.