USB2.0 MICRO-SD / M2 MEMORY CARD READER - SDHC UP TO 32GB £0.95 @amazon market place (No1 Gadget Store)
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USB2.0 MICRO-SD / M2 MEMORY CARD READER - SDHC UP TO 32GB £0.95 @amazon market place (No1 Gadget Store)

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Found 5th Nov 2011
Supports all Micro-SD Cards Including SDHC Up to 32GB / M2 Memory Cards
Compatible With Any PC / Laptop / Netbook With a Free USB Port
High Speed Data Transfer Up to 25Mb / second
Includes a Key Ring Carry Cord
Complete With Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, Linux and MAC OS
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got one of these last time they were stupidly cheap on amazon, great deal!!
These are very diddy (small) to hold, yet very handy.

Good find! HOT!
Just bought one online!

Free shipping, if you select standard delivery.
Got one for a penny on ebay. This is 95x more expensive!
32gb nice size
Cold too many complaints of it not working or burning micro sd cards on amazon
drspa44

Got one for a penny on ebay. This is 95x more expensive!



Please post link.
i had 1 of these then binned it after it fried my 16gb micro sd card
There's plenty of these on ebay. I paid 20 pence. It was shipped from China and arrived within a few days. It does the job and yes it's tiny
can you put in the op that it's a card reader not a memory stick, I can see people not reading the title properly and thinking it is a memory stick!
I bought something like this off ebay and another "sandisk" branded one. This knock-off corrupted some files while copying/writing things using it. The original had no problems. Reading was fine though.
That's a great spot. I have a couple of devices that run MicroSD and this will be very useful. H&R.
I would get a branded one for a little more. I bought one of these and it worked to begin with but then became very hard to get it to recognise my micro sd cards. A sandisk branded one worked every time however and only cost about £2, twice the price but well worth it for all the time saved
If it's the Genuine Sandisk, great price.

If it's the Far East copy, don't touch it. It will cost far more in damaged memory cards than just buying a "real" one in the first place.
lnb1996

If it's the Genuine Sandisk, great price.If it's the Far East copy, don't … If it's the Genuine Sandisk, great price.If it's the Far East copy, don't touch it. It will cost far more in damaged memory cards than just buying a "real" one in the first place.



I'm sure it would be a copy.

I use one of these, which is a copy, and it works fine for me, but I am on my second, as the first one stopped working. My friend has a Sandisk one which is also temperamental though...

I would say it's worth shot as my cards are still fine, but if you're willing to pay more then the Sandisk might be a better buy.

(The cheap ones suit me fine as I only occasionally use them for my phone's M2 card, and the reader just stays on my keyring)
I got one of these and it didn't work, I tried a few micro sd cards and in two computers bust with luck.
I've had one of these for a few years and it works very well and looks like new. I have seen cheap imitations, so I wonder if that is why some people believe they have had problems with them.
whilst the deal is hot
i have had my sd card delivered and used ...a few times and can confirm

the sd card is RUBBISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i thought my camera was breaking down, as when flicking through photos it was really slow
also the transfer speed is mega slow as well

i spoke to my sis who told me to try my other sd cards ( £5 for a 8 gig from cpw, £5 for a 4gig from jessops) and there wasn't a problem

so basically this *10* thing which is meant to be quicker is not

i'm very disappointed with my purchase

i can see why its been made hot as its cheap...but its not

its cold
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