Summary: Yes, I got this memory card reader because it was the cheapest and because I thought it would do the job for me. Right away I noticed that it looks cheap, I can't close it with the memory card inside, and now, just after a few uses does not work at all. I don't recommend this product. Spend a little more and get something worth your money.
Summary: This reader never worked in any computer I tried to use (both Windows and Mac). When I heard about the Kingston Mobilelite reader, I was impressed by its design and took another chance... and am glad I did. Go see my review of it! Don't bother with the Lexar... a piece of junk!
Won't read SDHC MicroSD cards inside their SD adapters from Transcend, SanDisk or Kingston.
Anonymous "Anonymous", Amazon
17 May 2009
Summary: Won't read SDHC MicroSD cards inside their SD adapters from Transcend, SanDisk or Kingston. Yeah, I have all the latest service packs for XP and Vista and those MicroSD HC cards read fine in every other USB reader except this one. Lexar tech support is a cluster of morons, you'd have better luck getting answers from a housecat on a dairy farm. They'll dismiss tech support inquiries with statements such as "we only guarantee compatibility with Lexar memory devices...
Summary: This product is just what it says. I've only used it with SD cards (both full size and micro) but it reads them quite well and is relatively fast. I would recommend it for anyone who moves between several computers.
Summary: This device feels like a plastic toy, but it works very well with my XD-Picture cards, which most multi-card readers can't handle. A three foot usb cable is included. Getting the card in and out of the slot wasn't difficult after the first few times. The potentially loose cover isn't an issue with me because I leave the reader plugged into my desktop computer with the usb cable.
Summary: I have had one of these for two or three years and love it. Yes, I lost the cap fairly soon after getting it, but it's never been a problem. I don't travel with it often, and when I do I put it in Zip-Loc bag. It saves me from having to connect my cameras to the computer to download photos and from having to connect my digital photo frame to load photos for display. I also used it as a data-trasfer device because my SD cards hold more than any of my flash drives.
OK - but won't completely close with an SD card inside
18 October 2007
Summary: On the positive side this multi-card reader (RW023-001) is advertised as being able to recognize XD - picture cards and it also recognized the SDHC card that I have, while an earlier model JumpDrive Trio (JDT, rev C) did neither of these things. On the negative side, this newer model did not close completely when an SD card was placed inside of it. It seems some dimensional tolerances are not quite right. I tried several different manufacturer's SD cards.