Micro USB Card Reader / Writer For - MicroSD / Micro SDHC £1.99 @7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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This extremely handy little Micro Reader (only 3.2cm long) accepts the following memory cards without the need for an adapter:

- microSDHC
- microSD
Advanced Features and Benefits:
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 compatible transfer rates
No additional card adapters required
Easy to install and use
Compatible with: Windows Vista, XP, 2000, 7, and Mac OS X.
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#1
I have been using one of these with my portable dvd player. the micro sd card fits inside the metal of the plug.
http://bestofferbuy.com/Kawau-World's-Smallest-MicroSD-TransFlash-TF-SD/SDHC-USB-2.0-Card-Reader-Keychain-p-27320.html?currency=GBP&utm_source=gbase&utm_medium=cse&utm_campaign=gbase

They also do a cheaper version for about £1.70 but that wouldn't work with the portable dvd player (ok with pc).
1 Like #2
"without the need for an adapter"

um.... this is the adapter!
#3
Deal Extreme are pretty good for things like this. eg http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.28955 is $2.36 or ~ £1.60 including delivery

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.7134 is $0.98, http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.6108 is $1.19 and http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.30087 is $1.59
#4
This is probably Chinaware too but worth the 40p extra if you cant be bothered the 3 weeks wait from DX...
#5
When I've ordered stuff from Deal Extreme, it has taken 7-9 days (I haven't ordered anything that has been back ordered). With 7dayshop, its more like 5 days - quicker, but not that much quicker.
#6
pgregg
"without the need for an adapter"

um.... this is the adapter!


Ha ha, good point! :thumbsup:
#7
looks good thouh
#8
Lol. If it's going to save your carrying an adapter (that reads more than one card) it could at least have a keyring loop.
#9
Looks the same as the Sandisk branded one that comes with some of their microSD cards.
They work well enough but the plastic of the usb end is very thin on one side (the side without the connector part on it) and breaks very easily, or at least has on both mine just using them to transfer files occasionally between work and home. It doesn't affect the usage of the device though
#10
darkspark88
Lol. If it's going to save your carrying an adapter (that reads more than one card) it could at least have a keyring loop.


It has. On the red bit you can just see the tiny hole on the bottom part. You get (at least if it's the same as the Sandisk supplied one which looks identical) a thin but strong lanyard string that loops through the hole and has a keyring attachment on the other end.
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/images/products/prod_107839.jpg
#11
Just ordered one, thanks for this. Heat added.
#12
pgregg;8256981
"without the need for an adapter"

um.... this is the adapter!

A lot of (especially older) card readers only read full sized SD cards, so you need to put the micro SD in an adapter and then put it in the card reader. This is sized especially for the micro sd.
#13
I've got loads of these simply because they all came with all the Sandisk micro SD cards I've brought and I certainly wouldn't say they're worth £1.99.
#14
The Sandisk ones also read micro M2 cards.
#15
at first glance i thought this was a sleeping bag .
#16
Had one of these and had to break it open as the card got stuck inside... Pay £2 extra for a decent one from zoombits or r4i. Both have quidco. These are cheap for a reason.
Not voted cold as still a low price but use at own risk.
#17
cheaper ones on the bay also =]
#18
If you go near a Poundland, they have an adapter that takes, SD, MicroSD, MemoryStickProDuo, etc.
For £1, obviously.
Works fine, I use it to copy things to the PSP memory stick, and my phone's microSD.
#19
The thumbnail looks like a robot fleshlight...

That is all.
#20
does it look like domocon mouth? Thanks Guys! :santa:
#21
pgregg
"without the need for an adapter"
um.... this is the adapter!

mikehoche
A lot of (especially older) card readers only read full sized SD cards, so you need to put the micro SD in an adapter and then put it in the card reader.
This is sized especially for the micro sd.



It's still a bloody adaptor though at the end of the day! :roll:

Looks ok though, will make a nice Christmas present
(that'll be roughtly the time you can expect delivery with 7DayShop :-D
#22
I got two of these 4 my ps3 and they work a treat for watching movies, pictures and playing music through your micro sd card, good price.
#23
COLD

Get the same thing for £1.29 from ebay including postage. + go thru quidco for an extra few pence cashback
#24
i have the sandisk version and it is great i have an 8GB micro sd in mine and use it as a flash drive a lot smaller and a lot cheaper too.
#25
Nice, could do with one of these.

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