Supports read/write large capacity SD(HC)//MS/TF/M2 memory cards.
3-Port USB support HI-Speed USB devices,USB Mouse,USB keyboard,USB disk,etc.
Can connect large current USB devices.
All USB devices connected with phone working at the same time.
Interface: Micro USB male for connect phone
SD slot *1
TF slot *1
USB A type female*3
Operation temperature: 0~50°C
Storage temperature: -10~85°C
Wire Length:around 13cm
1, OTG USB Hub and Card Reader *1
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Q:How do you read a sandisk without a card reader?
go get a multi card reader. I have a SONY one, it was only ten bucks. My friend has one by Targus or something like that. OR you could find a product around the house (digital camera, cell phone, so on) and see if it has a USB port. So put the SD card in the device and hook it up to your computer.
Q:Memory card readers to replace camera cord?
A card reader is very convenient. You simply plug it into a USB port on your computer and then you can plug the memory card into it to connect your card directly to the computer. I would definitely recommend a card reader. They are highly convenient!
Q:does a PCMCIA card go into a card reader?
A PCMCIA (in reality a CardBus) slot hardware is shoved down your throat as a standard equipment for a laptop just as a floppy drive is shoved down your throat for a desktop. There is no card reader for it the way CompactFlash, SD, etc do. It make sense to get USB external devices instead PCMCIA cards if you have the option to, modem included.
Q:How exactly does a 5 in 1 memory card reader work on a laptop?
This Site Might Help You. RE: How exactly does a 5 in 1 memory card reader work on a laptop? I just bought a Compaq Presario and it has a 5 in 1 memory card reader. First time I put a SD card into it and worked fine. But I put a memory stick into it and it got stuck! Are there certain places you have to put each memory card? This is what it says over the card
Q:XD memorey card reader ?? help please?
do u have any cable or anything?its an answer though i sounds like a question.u cn find varieties of reader nowadays at pc shops with usb cable. im sure your cpu has a slot for usb.even my 8 year old has 2 slots on it.try pc shops
Q:Nintendo R4 DS Card Reader?
you can either use a micro sd card reader or a micro sd card adapter, which slides into a regular sd slot on a computer.
Q:usb 2.0 card reader driver?
XP has built-in support for USB Flash drives and memory card readers, so you don't need any drivers. Try using another USB port or using the reader on another computer to see if the reader works correctly.
Q:how does a portable credit card reader work?
I have a gas station and my credit card machine processes cards through satellite and not dial up Basically wireless just like a cell phone.all it has to do is dial and send the info :)
Q:How do I use an external card reader?
Two computers I have have card readers built in and they both work with all the cards I have purchased both for cameras and for audio recording. I can transfer data from both of these devices either through USB or removing the memory card and putting them in the built in readers and they are seen as another drive on either computer. Not all cards are compatible with all devices so you might have a compatibility problem.
Q:What is a usb, card reader and video capture card?
If you have the right hardware- you can use a USB, which is just another cord that can plug into almost all computers (usually about 5$ for a cord), other than that- yes you do have to buy a card that supports you running the hardware that you are going to use to copy. a 13in 1 card reader is a piece of hardware that can read many different things including CompactFlash, CompactFlash II, MicrodrMedia, SD, Mini SD, XD, MultiMedia, Secure Digital, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro Duo (most of the time) it plugs into your computer using a USB cord that comes with it. just put in one of the above disks into your card reader and it will show the contents on your computer.