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SanDisk Card Readers & Adapters
Card readers let you retrieve images and files from memory cards so you can transfer them between devices. SanDisk® card readers provide high-speed capturing and playback using reliable technology. Staples® carries a variety of card readers that meet the needs of most users, whether they're storing images from a camera for editing or uploading files to a work computer.
Understanding SanDisk Card Readers Memory card readers feature one or more slots that let you insert cards from cameras, cellphones, printers, and other devices. Readers include slots for varying memory card types, including mini and microSD, compact flash, MS/Duo, MMCmicro, and SIM styles. The devices often feature a USB connection on one end that plugs into computers and laptops for quick transfers. Once you insert the card into the connected reader, the card acts as a mounted disk, which lets you view and edit the files on your computer. After you're done editing or transferring the files, simply unmount the reader and take out the memory card.
Consider the Speeds of SanDisk Card Readers Memory card readers read and write information at different speeds, based on the card they're reading. A 90/60 Mbps model, for example, reads files on the card at up to 90 Mbps and saves them at a maximum of 60 Mbps. Some readers include UHS speed class ratings, which provides the sustainable, minimum writing speed when transferring videos.
It's also important to consider the USB ports on the devices. A reader using a 3.0 USB connection performs faster when users pair it with a compatible port. USB connections are backward-compatible, but using a 3.0 USB-compatible reader in a USB 1.0 port results in slower data transfer speeds.
Are SanDisk Card Readers Compatible With Different Operating Systems? Some readers work exclusively with Windows® or Apple® operating systems, so base your choice on whether you're using a PC or Mac®. For contractors, designers and other users who alternate between operating systems often, there are options that work with both PC and Mac devices. They eliminate the need to keep track of multiple card readers to accommodate transferring files between operating systems.
How Big Are SanDisk Card Readers? External card readers that work with one or two types of memory cards are small enough to carry in a pocket or pouch. Some styles accept more than 20 different cards. They are larger devices that work well as standalone desktop units. Single card readers come in sizes similar to flash drives, which makes it simple to take them anywhere. These options work well for those who use only a certain type of memory card.
What Are the Available Connection Options for SanDisk Card Readers? Micro-USB card readers let you transfer photos and files directly to smartphones and cameras. USB 2.0 and 3.0 connections work with most laptop and desktop computers. Consider options with digital visual interfaces when adding a card reader on custom computer builds. While some readers use one connection option exclusively, others accept multiple connection types as all-in-one options for transferring among all sorts of peripherals.