Excerpt: The lights came on. Advertised as an SDHC card reader, I was hoping for a low cost option to a full swap of my current card reader to accomplish the job. The AData 16Gb SDHC card could be observed but not read. Attempted on a pc with Windows XP and one particular with Windows Vista. No dilemma with the reader with other cards that are plain SD, but we already have that capability.
Excerpt: Reads regular cards (non-SDHC) fine. I attempted two unique 4 gig SDHC cards. They have been able to be read fine with a inexpensive reader that I had. Would not study at all with this reader.
Excerpt: Functions, reads SDHC. No protection for card slot when not in use. Bought this to replace comparable card reader that would not study SDHC (greater than 2GB) cards. Be cautious what you get - model RC320 which looks similar and is cheaper does not read SDHC cards. Employing Windows 7 64-bit.
Excerpt: The "packaging" didn't say that it's compatible with SDHC (above 2GB) memory card, but it functions fine with my PNY 16GB SDHC class 4 and also with the A-Data 8GB SDHC class six. Price tag might be on the higher side for a USB two. card reader, compared to the ones sold on "un-named vendor", but considering that it functions perfectly, I really shouldn't complain about that.
Excerpt: Affordable. Valuable form-factor. A couple LED's. Does not perform with a Kingston 32GB SDHC. Operates fine with a PNY 2GB SD. Wife is miffed she can't download the holiday photos. not worth the hassle to return.