Excerpt: My new computer has a built in card reader but did not support the larger compact Flash cards. Bought this as a stand alone, to cover every card out there. It runs on the newer USB 3.0 and is much faster than even the higher speed USB 2.0.
Excerpt: The SanDisk ImageMate All-in-One USB 3.0 Memory Card Reader is a must have device for anyone who transfer large photo image files from your camera to a computer. A professional photographer will sure find this device a great tool to put in his or her camera bag.
Pros: Excellent Interface, Fast Transfer, Lightweight, Long Cable, Reliable
Excerpt: I got this reader to be a permanent fixture at my photography workstation. I like this reader. It's fast, with the latest USB protocol, and looks cool. I found however that the supplied USB cable is rather stiff, such that the reader won't stay put on the tripod base because it's attached by magnet.
Excerpt: Someone asked, "Does the strange angled silver base come off the main white body?" Yes, it does. In fact I find it easier to take it off and lay it down on its side for use. It's a little light to stand up very well when inserting or removing cards.
Pros: Durable Dock, Excellent Interface, Fast Transfer, Lightweight, Long Cable, Reliable
Excerpt: Definitely will save you time. Transferred 32GB CF card of RAW and JPEG images in 15 minutes compared to 40 minutes using a 2.0 USB card reader. Staples price matched at the register so I am satisfied that I received the best price!
Summary: Knocked off a star because of physical size/design. This reader work just fine, but could use some overall slimming down in size. Also, the generic USB cord is about what you'd expect to get with a printer instead of a small card reader.
Excerpt: I bought my Sandisk Imagemate Multi-Card so that I would be able to transfer my photos from my SD card in my camera to my laptop. Firstly I would like to say that I am a very un-technical person so this review is from the view point of some one who knows next to nothing about computers or anything...
Great, fast way of transferring data from card to pc
20 July 2010
Excerpt: I use this product mainly as a go-between to take pictures from my DSLR and put them on my pc. This eleviates the need to plug my camera directly into the pc which uses battery life and is generally a bit more of a faff.
Excerpt: Niffy little thing. This is very easy to use all you have to do is put in the card and the card memory will load up in windows. It was read every card on the market very easy to setup and very cheep i think aswell i got mine from ebuyer and it cost £22.00 Mine also came with Adobe Photo Album You...
Pros: Small reads every card and easy access and installation
Excerpt: As a professional photographer i need to be able to transfer my images quickly, securely and reliably. Some of the images i work with can be extremly large so I cannot afford for errors in transfer or to lose images.