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Hama 35-In-1 USB Multi-Card Reader

Product code: 055348 (4007249553485)

4.6
(347 reviews)

Hama 35-In-1 USB Multi-Card Reader

£14.00

Product Details

  • Allows fast data transfer between the card and the PC
  • Allows direct data exchange between memory cards
  • LED function indicator gives information about the connection status
  • USB cable for connection with PC/laptop
  • USB 2.0 multi card reader for reading and writing all common types and capacities of memory cards
  • Supports USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/s) and USB 1.1

The small digital camera needs another type of memory card than the mobile phone and the recently bought high-end camera requires a new type of memory card…No problem! Card readers from Hama are suitable for many different cards and transfer thus the stored data quickly and reliably to your computer.

The card reader from Hama can read a multitude of memory cards, with no additional adaptors needed, therefore freeing up valuable space around your computer for other wonderful gadgets. The card reader is lightweight and compact making it easily transportable, so now you can take it along with you and quickly and easily look at your photos on the go from your laptop.

Uploading pictures from your mobile phone to your social networking site becomes easier with a card reader as you simply have to put the memory card in and away you go. No more need to have a cable to connect every piece of electronic equipment you own to the computer, everything can be done via the card reader. Take one more stress out of life with the Hama 35 in 1 card reader which gives you easy and quick access to your memory card data without taking up precious room on your computer desk.

Supports the following cards:

  • SD/SDHC/SDXC
  • microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC (with adapter, not included)
  • CompactFlash I & II
  • MS/MS Duo/MS PRO Duo/MS PRO Duo HG
  • Smart Media Card
  • xD-Picture Card

Product Reviews

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Argos

I bought this for a Panasonic DS-TZ90 camera. There is a bewildering variety of SD cards. This has a reasonable amount of memory for a lot of pictures, it meets the requirements for the latest cameras and has a pretty fast transfer rate. It’s also a good price from a well known manufacturer.

Argos

Bought 2 of these for new Nikon DSLR to enable writing both JPEG and RAW files, and the speeds are perfectly good enough! The cards can hold over 500 images each before filling, which is plenty enough for me as I will always transfer the photos across at the end of each time shooting!

Argos

Yet another storage for my ever increasing volume of photographs. I never delete photos when downloading to the computer, so I use the full cards as storage and ScxanDisks have never let me down.

Argos

This SD card is reliable and works well with my digital mirrorless camera. The write speed is adequate and I decided to purchase this brand as it has a good reputation for reliability. Therefore, I’d recommend this type of card.

Argos

I use the card for photographs and videos. Super speed and shoots very quicky - no time lapse. Plenty of memory for pictures and videos - plus my phone takes HD videos so very happy with this product

Micro Center

No issue with the SD card, works perfect as it should. Did price match at checkout with no issues.

Adorama

I've been using SanDisk since 2009 for my full time photography studio, and I have never had a card fail or corrupt. I've probably got around 15 of these cards and don't trust any other brand.

Micro Center

I use these in my digital SLR and they work great. Great write and refresh speed - able to capture multiple pictures at once. Good price for a quality product.

Adorama

For 95/100 shooting situations this media will be fine. It's SanDisk, so it's fantastic. In a completely non-scientific study, I can affirm there is a difference between this and the SanDisk Extreme in write speed (80 vs 90 MB/s).

Micro Center

Lots of storage and reliability, can't go wrong with Sandisk.

Bought product to read legacy memory cards - SmartMedia (3.3 volt). First sample did not read Smartmedia cards so exchanged it and the second sample did and does so reliably. Slight concern about the security of the mini USB port that is used for the lead connecting to PC. Needs to be treated with care and respect. Interestingly my last multi-card reader (not a HAMA product) also had the same issue and after many years of use failed . Hence the need for purchasing this replacement. Advised by manufacturer product will not read SmartMedia 5.0 Volt memory cards.

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