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Sandisk 12in1 memory card reader £8.50 @ Asda

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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
Was in my local asda looking for the enegizer usb battery charger and spotted this!

I cant find it anywhere online for less than £15 and it was reduced from £17 in asda.

Picked one up myself and it works as advertised!

neat little piece of kit aswell!
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#1
http://img27.imageshack.us/img27/1186/img0002gli.th.jpg

Here is a photo i took on my dodgy iphone camera in the store!
#2
Yeah i managed to bag one earlier on today, had my eye on this for a while
#4
Voted hot as 12 in 1 seems good deal, but ehm.. what exactly are those 12 functions?

and also, as I am curious: did you actually stick a picture of yourself up (avatar) or is this some famous person?
#5
Ooops it came up twice for some reason so have deleted this one
#6
I've just bought a Transcend M5, and sold my Sandisk as it won't read SDHC cards.
Still a good little reader though.
#7
SANDISK 12 IN 1 USB 2.0 MEMORY CARD READER
Details
Because USB 2.0 devices are backwards compatible with USB 1.1 ports, the ImageMate 12 in 1 Card Reader/Writer will work with all existing USB ports. The ImageMate 12 in 1 provides the ability to write data to and read data from flash memory without connecting your digital device (digital camera, handheld computer, digital music player, etc.) directly to a computer.

The ImageMate 12 in 1 Reader/Writer (model# SDDR-89) accepts the following memory types:

1. CompactFlash
2. Micro SD (with SD adaptor)
3. Memory Stick Micro M2 (with PRO Duo adaptor)
4. Memory Stick PRO
5. SmartMedia
6. xD Picture Card
7. SD
8. Micro SD (with SD adaptor)
9. RSMMC
10. MiniSD
11. Memory Stick DUO
12. Memory Stik PRO DUO

Advanced Features:
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified for superior data transfer
Backwards compatible with all USB 1.1 ports
All four memory slots are active, which allows you to copy data between the different memory cards at the same time
Separate reader and docking station for quick desktop/laptop connectivity
Easy to use; just drag and drop your files
Saves batteries; let an ImageMate 12 in 1 Reader/Writer (not your portable device) transfer your files
USB Mass Storage Class Devices
Certified Windows XP and Mac OS X

Specification
Minimum System Requirements:

Windows:
Pentium class PC with USB support
Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP
CD-ROM drive
USB 2.0 port required from Hi-Speed transfer.

Macintosh:
Macintosh computer with USB support
Mac OS 9.1.x and 9.2.x, OS X v10.1.2+
CD-ROM drive
USB 2.0 port required from Hi-Speed transfer.
#8
If anyone lives near Trowbridge, they're even cheaper there! I was in there on Monday night and there were about six of them in the bargain bin for £5.00 each marked down from £8.50...
#9
http://www.justcanon.com/acatalog/Sandisk_12reader_L.jpg
#10
agnes
SANDISK 12 IN 1 USB 2.0 MEMORY CARD READER
Details

The ImageMate 12 in 1 Reader/Writer (model# SDDR-89) accepts the following memory types:

1. CompactFlash
2. Micro SD (with SD adaptor)
3. Memory Stick Micro M2 (with PRO Duo adaptor)
4. Memory Stick PRO
5. SmartMedia
6. xD Picture Card
7. SD
8. Micro SD (with SD adaptor)
9. RSMMC
10. MiniSD
11. Memory Stick DUO
12. Memory Stik PRO DUO


Micro SD listed twice - unless there a difference between the two.

Good deal - will check at my local ASDA.
#11
Threlly
I've just bought a Transcend M5, and sold my Sandisk as it won't read SDHC cards.
Still a good little reader though.


It does read SDHC cards

I have had this card reader a few weeks and it works fine on my cards , just plugged an 8GB SDHC play.com card in to check as im typing this and its working fine
#12
Wenchybev;4617936
It does read SDHC cards

I have had this card reader a few weeks and it works fine on my cards , just plugged an 8GB SDHC play.com card in to check as im typing this and its working fine


funny that as mine doesn't read SDHC cards, I've had mine for about 2 years tho, they may of updated them.
banned#13
'may HAVE'

...not 'may of' ....does not make sense

good deal gonna check it out today
#14
It makes a big difference! Hope none of these are old stock. It might be difficult to return if it does not actually state SDHC on the packaging.

blackster
funny that as mine doesn't read SDHC cards, I've had mine for about 2 years tho, they may of updated them.
#15
Feck i just bought a similar one for 12 quid ..doh

Anyway voted hot
#16
mbriody
It makes a big difference! Hope none of these are old stock. It might be difficult to return if it does not actually state SDHC on the packaging.


If the product number is on the packaging you can check if it has SDHC support. There are 5 revisons and 2 have SDHC support:

http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1562

The following product numbers support SDHC:

20-90-03066
20-90-03103
#17
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVzfWmj18YU

I bought mine few months ago when they were £15

I havent had a problem using any cards, like i said before SDHC works fine
#18
charlie12
If the product number is on the packaging you can check if it has SDHC support. There are 5 revisons and 2 have SDHC support:

http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1562

The following product numbers support SDHC:

20-90-03066
20-90-03103


Thnx - mines a 20-90-03103 just checked
#19
1977mermaid
Voted hot as 12 in 1 seems good deal, but ehm.. what exactly are those 12 functions?

and also, as I am curious: did you actually stick a picture of yourself up (avatar) or is this some famous person?


It's a famous person, it's definately not a picture of me cut out of a picture my friends took of me on holiday.:roll: , it is me, I used it for my railcard application the same day I signed up for this, was sitting avatar sized on my desktop so I thought why not, I'm not ashamed of my looks :-p
#20
does anyone know of a smallish card reader that handles xd, sdhc, smartmedia, cf AND reads sim cards?
#21
kapows;4618503
'may HAVE'

...not 'may of' ....does not make sense

good deal gonna check it out today


Sorry didn't know this was a grammar lesson
#22
blackster
Sorry didn't know this was a grammar lesson


You forgot your full stop.

...sorry couldn't resist!! ;-)
#23
frakison;4619554
You forgot your full stop.

...sorry couldn't resist!! ;-)


maybe i did it on purpose. :whistling:
#24
Can anyone tell me if this would read from Compactflash cards quicker than my current USB to Canon EOS400?? Its PAINFULLY slow sometimes (unless perhaps my old PC only had USB 1???).
#25
blackster
maybe i did it on purpose. :whistling:


Maybe....... just maybe!!:-D
#26
frakison
Can anyone tell me if this would read from Compactflash cards quicker than my current USB to Canon EOS400?? Its PAINFULLY slow sometimes (unless perhaps my old PC only had USB 1???).


My other half has same camera , he has no problem with this card reader with his cards, perhaps your right and your old PC only used usb1
#27
Wenchybev
My other half has same camera , he has no problem with this card reader with his cards, perhaps your right and your old PC only used usb1


Thanks for that, I think you have answered the problem. I currently plug my camera straight in via USB, the card is 133x so should be quick enough BUT I think the Camera is the bottleneck. As you say that your OH uses a reader with no probs I guess I need to get one of these too! ;-)
#28
rep and heat for the OP just snagged the last one from Asda Widnes :)
#29
I have to say I had one of these a while ago (probably an older version that didn't read sdhc cards).

Anyway I paid about £16 at the time, but I wouldn't even pay half that price now. The cheap readers of ebay and places like deal extreme are very good, if a little plasticky and I've never had a problem with them. They're also very neat and compact too and many have a rubberised finish which has a nice feel to it.

try this one - I have a couple and they've not failed me yet...

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.2708
#30
FunkyMonkeyDooDa
I have to say I had one of these a while ago (probably an older version that didn't read sdhc cards).

Anyway I paid about £16 at the time, but I wouldn't even pay half that price now. The cheap readers of ebay and places like deal extreme are very good, if a little plasticky and I've never had a problem with them. They're also very neat and compact too and many have a rubberised finish which has a nice feel to it.

try this one - I have a couple and they've not failed me yet...

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.2708



have had several of the cheap ones you mention and if im honest yes they do the job, but you said it yourself, they look plasticky which isnt what i want on my desktop. These are very neat on the little stand.
#31
FunkyMonkeyDooDa
I have to say I had one of these a while ago (probably an older version that didn't read sdhc cards).

Anyway I paid about £16 at the time, but I wouldn't even pay half that price now. The cheap readers of ebay and places like deal extreme are very good, if a little plasticky and I've never had a problem with them. They're also very neat and compact too and many have a rubberised finish which has a nice feel to it.

try this one - I have a couple and they've not failed me yet...

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.2708
Funny - I've had two of that exact model and both have died on me!
#32
couldn't find these in Kilmarnock or Glasgow Govan, damn!
#33
Loads at Old Kent Road. They also had a Nikon P50 for £45
#34
Picked one up today, cheers

Always losing or breaking my cheap ones, can't beat a half decent brand at this price with the little stand!
#35
I was looking for a card reader..googled it came here then I went straight to ASDA to get one.

Good price and wonderful gadget.

Its hot!
#36
Thx OP. Picked one up at Leigh ASDA. Was marked up as £17 but scanned at £8.50. Needed one that did SDHC which this one does. Incidentally its marked up on the box as able to do SDHC.

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