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Sony 17-in-1 card reader, only £7.99 (61% off) inc P&P @ mymemory.co.uk
Sony 17-in-1 card reader, only £7.99 (61% off) inc P&P @ mymemory.co.uk

Sony 17-in-1 card reader, only £7.99 (61% off) inc P&P @ mymemory.co.uk

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I throw loads of these cheap readers away as they break or "come broken". These days I only buy good quality ones, Lexar, sandisk, etc.
In this case its a Sony. Probably same electronics but hopefully better quality control and a bargain price.

No brainer for those that have multiple types of memory/flash cards!

Some other good deals on mymemory.co.uk, worth looking around there.


With dimensions of 86 x 50 x 15.7mm (width x depth x height), the MRW62E-S2 promises to be very convenient to ferry around. It has a USB 2.0 interface, and no additional power is required, which makes it one of the easiest card readers to use, according to Sony.

The MRW62E-S2 is capable of reading different types of cards, including: SD, SDHC, Micro SD, Micro SDHC, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick Micro, CompactFlash, Microdrive, SmartMedia, xD-Picture Card, mini SD Card, Multi Media Card, and RS-MMC.

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Says Sony, but probably from the same factory you get the "come broken" ones are made at anyways, but just four times the price.

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PhilK

Says Sony, but probably from the same factory you get the "come broken" … Says Sony, but probably from the same factory you get the "come broken" ones are made at anyways, but just four times the price.



possibly, although its in shiny silver
however the cheapo ones are the same price so might as well have the branding.

even with this super cheap type of electronics you "get what you pay for"

I have been using a one from PoundLand now for over a year and it's still in one piece. Still not a bad price for a well-branded item.

I noted that Sony has finally also abandoned the Memorystick. About time.

> I throw loads of these cheap readers away as they break or "come broken". These days I only buy good quality ones, Lexar, sandisk, etc. In this case its a Sony. Probably same electronics but hopefully better quality control and a bargain price.

So why do you need to keep buying them? Do they break or do you lose them?

If they were that good, you would need just one and not need to buy "good quality ones".

I got 1 from epson printer and 1 from dell monitor, hardly use them these days
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