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3.5 Inches Internal USB 2.0 52-in-1 Memory Card Reader/Writer - 3 Color
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3.5 Inches Internal USB 2.0 52-in-1 Memory Card Reader/Writer - 3 Color


  • Transfer rate of Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface can be up to 480 Mb/sec (Max)
  • Internal design fitting into 3.5" drive bay to save the desktop space.
  • Supports Hot-Swapping and Plug and Play function.
  • Sockets:Memory cards socket x 4, USB socket x 1
  • USB Bus powered; no external power required.
  • Supports Mass Storage Class Drive
  • Support Win 98/2000/XP, Mac OS V9.2 or higher
  • No driver installation required for Windows ME and Windows XP
  • Support Win 98/2000/XP
  • Support Mac OS V9.2 or higher

    Compact Flash Card (Type I)
    Compact Flash Card (Type II)
    Extreme CF
    Extreme III CF
    Ultra II CF
    HS CF
    XS CF
    CF Pro
    CF TXTRA Pro
    CF Pro II
    Hitachi MD
    Magic Stor
    MS Pro
    MS Duo
    MS Pro Duo
    MS Magic Gate
    MS Magic Gate Duo
    MS Magic Gate Pro
    MS Magic Gate Pro Duo
    Extreme MS Pro
    Extreme III MS Pro
    MS Select
    MS Rom HS
    HS MS Pro
    HS MS Pro Duo
    HS MS Duo
    Extreme SD
    Extreme III SD
    SD Pro
    SD Elite Pro
    HS SD
    Ultra Speed SD
    HS Mini SD
    MMC 1
    MMC 2
    MMC 4.0
    SM Rom
    (with adapter)
    RS MMC 4.0
    RS MMC
    Mini SD

55 Reviews

86.55% of the reviewers recommend this product


Does have minor issues.

  • BugHunter,
  •  Jersey Shore, PA 
  • 5/11/2015 7:16:33 AM

Pros: Great price and handles most every media. Internal, won't get lost. Electronic components last and it works with virtually every OS.

Cons: Faceplate alignment is poor, but can be modified some. CF Card Slot has no shroud to align the card so it fits properly.

I bought one of these in late Sept 2010 and it's worked flawlessly since. Recently, due to the misalignment of the CF card going in, I bent pins on the reader. I've attempted to straighten them pins, but I have no idea how well that will work. I replaced the unit with a spare I had sitting here. Other than the pins, it works fine, so the other card types can be read. Trouble is, my older Canon camera uses CF.

If the reader had some sort of shroud for around the ports so it would align the card before you insert it, there'd be no way to bend pins, or way less chance anyhow. In its price class it is still way more than you could expect. Inside, the circuit board is resting on 2 tabs that are bent inside the case, and screwed fast. Those can be easily bent to offer better alignment of the card slots to the faceplate, but probably nobody does that before installing the thing. All in all, it's a great reader and I'll be getting another in spite of it's minor shortcomings.

In short, be more careful than me inserting CFs and you'll be fine.

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  • skelband,
  •  New Westminster, BC 
  • 4/17/2015 1:08:01 PM

Pros: Sturdy construction. Extra coloured face plates a nice touch.
*Just works* on Linux Mint 17 without any problem.

Cons: None that I could see

Great price for a really good product. Thanks!

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Does the job

  • Babyduck,
  •  Gatineau, QC 
  • 3/23/2014 4:54:16 PM

Pros: Easy to install, inexpensive. provides another front USB plug if your tower does not have one!

Cons: Comes with three replaceable faces that are difficult to remove and replace. There are two small red LED lights at the front which are always on, I would prefer if they were only active when the device was in use.

Comes with three replaceable faces, that is a pro the con is that they are difficult to remove and replace. There are two small red LED lights at the front which are always on, I would prefer if they were only active when the device was in use.

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  • Anonymous,
  •  Claremont, CA 
  • 6/20/2013 5:15:50 PM

Pros: Works well, small

Cons: a bit too small for custom pc, requires bracket

Overall pretty good stuff, have used it for a while everything works. Even more awesome is the little microsd card works as well. It is a little too small however, and requires an adapter (like a floppy drive adapter) Red lights (a little too bright) can get a little bothersome sometimes.

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Plugs in and works

  • Ted McFadden,
  •  Manassas, VA 
  • 5/25/2013 2:22:13 PM

Pros: Fits in bay where there once was a floppy drive
Plugged straight into motherboard headers no awkward runs to the back of the case!
Works flawlessly under Ubuntu 12.04
Apparently reads/writes multiple cards at once
Front USB pass-through port

Cons: A little harder to figure out under Windows 7 on same machine
Seems cheaply made I wonder how it will hold up with use
No manual Retail case written in the very best Engrish [sic]. "Can read five card in same time"
Red LED indicating power apparently never shuts off unless your machine un-powers its USB (mine does not unless I shut it totally down)

Tremendous convenience and I love that it blends in so nicely to the front of my case. Maybe not the highest quality product, but it does work and I'm glad I bought it. Should readily streamline some of my compact flash card projects, as well as make reading photos off my camera easier. Way more useful than the old, now-dead floppy drive. :)

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