Multi, All in One Card Reader £0.95 inc free delivery @ Amazon/Betron Electronics - HotUKDeals
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Well i am on fire and hot for hot ukdeals today, i am really loving it.Check this deal out guys, at £0.95 in my opinion it is a good deal, even cheaper than poundland delivered to your doorstep.

Support: SD, SDHC, MMC, RS-MMC, Mini SD, TF, Micro SD, Micro SDHC, MS/MS PRO, MS DUO, MS PRO DUO, SONY M2
Mini SD, Micro SD, Micro SDHC, M2 use without adapter
Easy Plug and Play installation device, Support Windows 98 / 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Mac OS V9.2 or Higher
No external power needed, Read High Speed over 4.3Mbps, write High Speed over 1.3Mbps
USB 2.0 Support & USB Hot Swappable
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1 Like #1
Not sure what to say. Very cheap. Read/Write speeds are terrible though. I mean it's about 160KB/s write. When era was this made.
1 Like #2
i`ve checked the specs again it seems much faster than what you say "Read High Speed over 4.3Mbps, write High Speed over 1.3Mbps"
#3
It's a cheap option aand it does the job.
#4
they used to have these in poundland might still do - the speed on the one I've got has been comaprable to a decent pendrive
#5
then why is it still cold?:(
#6
maybe good for an emergency but at today's speed you are aiming somewhere at 4mb/s+
#7
thanks ordered!!!! been looking for 1 after my nephew got 1 from abroad for 1.50
1 Like #8
well it is my first day on hotukdeals I am really hooked to this site,and hoping to share more deals.
#9
this very handy & portable multi card reader should be HOT. i already own one & have just placed an order for a spare one. :)
#10
thanks for you "hot" comments
#11
Cheaper than pound land, hav some HEAT
#12
jemmadaniel
i`ve checked the specs again it seems much faster than what you say "Read High Speed over 4.3Mbps, write High Speed over 1.3Mbps"

Darn, lost a whole post!

4.3Mbps == 4.3 Mega bits per second == 4.3 / 8 (there are 8 bits in a byte) ~= 0.540 Mega Bytes per second ~= 1000x 0.540 KB/s ~= 540 KB/s == 540 KiloBytes per second.

small 'b' == bits
big 'B' == bytes

Usually network speeds are measured in Mbps and data transfer (say from one hard-disk to another) is measured in MB/s. Pretty much marketing hype, just like when a device says it *supports* USB2.0, but in actuality it's never reach those speeds.

This will be good for emergencies, but I wouldn't use it to transfer large amounts of data. To put this into perspective, txt files are generally 1-3 KB's.
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fizz
they used to have these in poundland might still do - the speed on the one I've got has been comaprable to a decent pendrive

How much are they in poundland?
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OldEnglish
fizz
they used to have these in poundland might still do - the speed on the one I've got has been comaprable to a decent pendrive

How much are they in poundland?

Name POUNDland maybe a guess ???
1 Like #15
It'll cost me more than a quid to get to Poundland, have some heat.
#16
One pound in Poundland

Cold
#17
KnowPain
OldEnglish
fizz
they used to have these in poundland might still do - the speed on the one I've got has been comaprable to a decent pendrive

How much are they in poundland?

Name POUNDland maybe a guess ???

You've lost me?
#18
HOT
#19
ordered 2 heeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaat :)
#20
wooohooooo!!!!
#21
62p on ebay and dozens to choose from:

http://www. ebay .com/sch/i.html?LH_BIN=1&_sacat=0&_from=R40&_nkw=multi+card+reader+usb&_sop=15

find the listing you want and change .com to .co.uk in the URL bar.
#22
OldEnglish
KnowPain
OldEnglish
fizz
they used to have these in poundland might still do - the speed on the one I've got has been comaprable to a decent pendrive

How much are they in poundland?

Name POUNDland maybe a guess ???

Poundland is a land of amazement where we mortals go and buy things :D
You've lost me?
#23
Jellybeans
4.3Mbps == 4.3 Mega bits per second == 4.3 / 8 (there are 8 bits in a byte) ~= 0.540 Mega Bytes per second ~= 1000x 0.540 KB/s ~= 540 KB/s == 540 KiloBytes per second.

small 'b' == bits
big 'B' == bytes

Usually network speeds are measured in Mbps and data transfer (say from one hard-disk to another) is measured in MB/s. Pretty much marketing hype, just like when a device says it *supports* USB2.0, but in actuality it's never reach those speeds.

This will be good for emergencies, but I wouldn't use it to transfer large amounts of data. To put this into perspective, txt files are generally 1-3 KB's.

The use of lower-case b to signify bits isn't universal, and I assume the 4.3M/1.3M figure is actually megabytes per second. That probably refers to the slowest type of memory card that it works with (some old Sony Memory Stick maybe?).

I have a card reader that looks exactly like this, bought from Poundland a year or two ago. It's exactly the same design, so I assume the insides are similar or identical. I just timed reading 2GB from a generic/unbranded 2GB MicroSD card and got 17.59MB/sec. So basically, any bottleneck/limit is probably the memory card speed rather than the reader.

My card reader seems to support SDXC cards too by the way.
#24
Bought one of these in poundland some time ago, had compatability issues with works laptop, may have just been that unit.
#25
i couldn`t find the deal drspa44 is referring to on ebay they`re all different product and not from uk seller.
#26
jemmadaniel
i couldn`t find the deal drspa44 is referring to on ebay they`re all different product and not from uk seller.
You can pick any one. They are all $0.99 or about 62p. You will end up with a similar, if not better product, given they are all churned out very cheaply from China.

If it has to be a UK seller, there is a wide choice on ebay UK at 99p, so this price on Amazon is nothing special at all.
#27
It wasn't the same model, but both a friend and I had an ultra-cheap card reader corrupt our cards. I lost a hour's worth of footage (thankfully, reshootable), but my friend wasn't so lucky, and lost some priceless footage. I personally wouldn't trust something so inexpensive with my data. Just a warning.
#28
I got one of these in Poundland a while ago and only recently started using it regularly. I didn't find it particularly slow for the couple gig i was last transferring but then i dont think i've ever seen any usb flash memory related item on this site that people havent accused of being slow!
#29
BTW. I only just realised this must be USB 1.1, given those appalling speeds. This would make any memory card perform as if it were class 1. Get a nice USB 2.0 one from eBay for a pound or a buck. :)
#30
All-in-one? No xd.
#31
Would have been handy if it supported Compact Flash. Shame :-(
#32
ordered
#33
For 95p and it supports the HC classes of cards its definitely worth a punt.
#34
Thanks, ordered
#35
Ordered it, cheers..
Will come in handy for basic data transfers etc.. :)
#36
I Too bought one similar to this and it corrupted my card too,cheap isnt always the way to go with card readers.
#37
Ordered one, as said before nust be worth a punt at 95p including pp
#38
I got one of these in pound shop years ago it broke in two minutes
#39
Expired, £1.99 now
#40
expired. £1.99 now

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