CTCstore 6-in-1 USB 2.0 High Speed Memory Card Reader Writer for SD SDHC MiniSD MiniSDHC MMC rsMMC
The ChiTek USB 2.0 6 in 1 Card Reader/Writer is a high speed device that will enable you to quickly transfer photos and other digital files from a variety of flash memory card formats. Compatibility includes SD, SDHC, MiniSD, MiniSDHC, MMC, rsMMC
Compatible with USB 1.1 or USB 2.0 Specification
No USB wire required, simple operation and portability, super slim and pocket size
Reads/Writes SD, SDHC, MMC, rsMMC
Also reads/writes Transflash, MiniSD, MiniSDHC, microSD, microMMC using SD adapter (not included)
LED indicator for power and access
Average Customer Rating:
based on 46 reviews
Average Customer Review:
( 46 customer reviews )
Write an online review and share your thoughts with other customers.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
29 of 30 found the following review helpful:
small device does the jobAug 05, 2008
By T. Nguyen
[...] it reads and writes 1 to 4gb SD and 1-4 micro SD (with adapter), 4gb SDHC(micro SDHC as well with its adapter) up to 16gb SDHC (these cards i tried so far) it can take up to more and higher SDHC cards. i had a 2 years old Dell laptop and it couldn't read the SDHC card in its memory card reader, so i used this CTCstore 6-in-1 USB 2.0 High Speed Memory Card Reader Writer plug it in the laptop USB port and insert the SDHC card ( Patriot 16gb SDHC), and i was able to edit and moved the photos and movies from my digital camera (Canon SD 870 IS) in and out nicely. I had window XP home on my laptop and destop as well. Hope this review is helpful to you.
18 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Works perfectJun 14, 2008
By D. Houston
I bought this SDHC card reader because I was having some problems transferring a video I made from my camera to my computer, for editing and making DVDs. My thinking was that I would buy this SDHC card reader and then take the SDHC card with the video out of my camera and just plug it into the SDHC card reader and get it to my computer that way. I have now done this several times and this SDHC card reader has worked perfectly every time on both SD and SDHC cards. No complaints. Happy with purchase and would buy again
12 of 12 found the following review helpful:
Small price for a BIG help!!Apr 03, 2008
By C. Kolanko I love using this card reader to quickly upload my digital photos onto my computer. So simple to pop the card into the reader and the reader into the computer. Sure beats finding the cable to the camera each time!! Small enough to throw in the camera bag and very fast!! Unbeatable price!
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Works with microSDHC cards! (with SD adapter)Sep 09, 2008
By Nathan Robinson I got this product for my phone. The description doesn't say that this reader/writer can read/write SanDisc microSDHC cards, but it can as long as you have the adapter that should come with it. It read my 4 gig SanDisc mircoSDHC card. Because of this product, I can save money from buying a new specifically designed data cable for every new phone I get. This is great for transferring music and pictures to and from my phone.
I'm on Verizon's network. Not sure how your phone's operating system will work with SD/SDHC cards, but if you have a Verizon phone and need help transferring music to your phone with this product, what you'll need to do is, first, put your card in your phone (you may need to format the card), then your phone should automatically create folders. With newly created folders, put your microSDHC into your adapter, then into the card reader/writer, then into your computer. Sync the songs you want (I used Windows Media Player 10), then your card should have another folder called, "Music." Open two windows, one to view the folders on your SDHC card, and one to select the songs that you just synced to your SDHC card. Then move the selected songs from the "Music" folder to the "my_music" folder (the folder your phone created) and your phone should be able to add the songs to your library next time you select "Manage Music" or "My Music" from your "Get It Now" or "Media" menu. If you don't move the songs from the "Music" folder to the "my_music" folder, then you'll have songs on your phone that your phone won't access. My phone won't simply read mp3s or wma files by just transferring music by copying and paste. I have to sync the songs using WMP10 (it then reconverts the files before syncing). I hope that helps.
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Love itAug 05, 2008
By S. Amundson I love this little guy! Fabulous size, great for quickly getting data off cards. I also use it to carry around an extra card, and feel comfortable doing so thanks to the second cap over the space where the card goes (no dirt or shmutz). It's nice that the cap fits on over a card when it's in there. I'm also impressed I haven't lost either of the caps yet... so they must fit on well. ;)