Reviews and Problems with Kingston Lettore MobileLite 9 in 1
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Ruy, B&H Photo
2 February 2009
Summary: Great. You can sum three differents cards format: sdhc, mini-sdhc, micro-sdhc to achieve a big storage. Ex: 16GB SDHC, 8GB mini-SDHC, 8GB micro-SDHC to form a 32GB solid state drive. All cards are recognized as a separate drive in the same reader.
Summary: I have a Lexar multicard reader that reportedly reads SDHC. Well, not the SDHC cards I have. So, off I go to find a reader that actually reads SDHC. Here it is: inexpensive, compact, and does the job.
Summary: I bought this card reader for [$]. I have an old multi card reader, but had to upgrade for the ability to read SDHC cards. The price is great, and file transfer speeds seem nice and fast. I like that this card reader can be used as a keychain drive as the card is protected inside, and not sticking out.
Summary: Used this card reader for my collection of SD cards. I use as a thumb drive in which I can swap the memory cards out. Advantages - accepts a myriad of cards (the 9-in-1 part). I used it just for standard SD cards. Flashing green light during card access. INEXPENSIVE. Disadvantages - construction may not hold up to rough use. Flip out doors look like they could snap off easily. The cap protecting the USB interface is not attached and therefore easily lose-able.