I don't use Compact Flash, SD and micro SD cards all that often these days, except for the SD card in my Canon 70D DSLR which I use for Gadgeteer product photography. I mainly use my smartphone as my primary camera, but photographers still use flash cards and flash card readers. But I bet they… Read More
Memory Card Reader
I have a lot of devices. There, I said it. Each has a purpose, but all share one common need for data, whether that is supplying it in the form of pictures (my Nikon S220 camera) or consuming it as video (my iPad and Android tablet). The problem is that each has a different connector and… Read More
A few days ago I told you about the ADATA AI910 Lightning Card Reader Plus adapter that lets you share files between iOS, Android and Windows computers. But if you don't care about Android or Windows, the new pqireader from PQI looks like a more compact adapter designed to share data between two devices like… Read More
The ADATA AI910 Lightning Card Reader Plus is a 3-way card reader that works with iOS, Android, your laptop and desktop computers. It features an SD card slot and a micro SD card slot that support cards with capacities up to 256GB. With a lightning connector and a 2-in-1 connector that has both USB A… Read More
In a nod to the on-going increase of using iPhones for photo editing and photo management, Apple has today released a new version of their Lightning to SD reader. According to Dan Moren at Six Colors, the new cable will support all previous iPads with Lightning ports, as well as iPhones going back to the… Read More
How do you get your images, videos and files onto or off of your iOS devices? Do you email them to yourself? Share them to iCloud, Google Drive, Facebook, Dropbox, etc? The iAccess from Leef is an alternative to those methods that adds a microSD slot to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. They sent… Read More
If space is at a premium on your desk, you'll like the Satechi Aluminum USB 3.0 SATA III HDD/SSD Docking Station with 2-port Hub and SD Card Reader. The aluminum docking station allows you to add 2.5" or 3.5" HDD or SSD disks without needing an enclosure, and you'll be able to quickly switch between… Read More
Like many of you, my smartphone and tablet are my go-to devices for almost everything. I use them to listen to music, to communicate, to do research, to shop, and so on. As much as I love these devices, they have their limitations. The GoFor2+ USB On-The-Go Card Reader with Hub for Android Devices by IOGEAR… Read More
Moshi calls itself the purveyors of electronics fashion. Like fashionable clothing, the Moshi Cardette Ultra has style, but what’s more, the Cardette Ultra is a card reader that holds many capabilities in a small package. The new Moshi Cardette Ultra has been redesigned from the original Cardette to be sleeker and complement iMac’s and MacBooks. … Read More
I wouldn't normally find a USB card reader interesting enough to post as a spotlight gadget, but this one from Epraizer caught my eye for a couple of reasons. First of all, it's small and has a swivel USB connector. I like the fact that you don't carry a cable with you to use it… Read More
If you prefer your desktop to be as uncluttered as possible, one of Griffin's newest products can help you out. It is the Simplifi iPod / iPhone USB dock and card reader. Let's take a closer look...
boynq designs products that are functional while also looking cool. Could there be anything cooler than a USB card reader that looks like a toaster? I didn't think so ;o) Looks aren't everything though, so let's take a closer look at the boynq Toastit.
Brando has a new flash card reader available. The 55 in 1 Hi-Speed USB Five-Slot Flash Card Reader/Writer lets you plug in MicroSD/T-Flash, miniSD, Memory Stick Micro (M2) cards without needing to use an adapter. It also supports new SDHC / SDHC 2.0 cards.
Flash card readers come in a huge variety of shapes, sizes and colors. Today I'm going to tell you about the 51 in 1 USB Slim Card Reader that was sent to me by Brando. The ability to read 51 different card formats really sounds impressive doesn't it? Well, things are not always what they appear to be...
I have found what may very well be the perfect device for unloading flash memory cards on the road. The VP3320 XS-Drive by Vosonic has every feature that I need as a photographer and includes at least one seemingly inconsequential feature that you might not know you need … but you do.