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Transfer images from your camera to your PC with the Digipower 42-in-1 Card Reader. The Digipower 42-and-1 Card Reader provides a high-quality USB solution for accessing your various memory cards. All of our card readers are fully USB 2.0 compatible giving you blazing speeds up to 480 Mbps of transfer rate. The Digipower 42-in-1 Card Reader is compatible with a wide variety of memory card types, including microSD, miniSD, SDHC/MMC miniSD, MS/MS Pro, MS Duo and M2. With a USB 2.0 connection, it is easy to set up with no software required. This Digipower 42-in-1 Card Reader is compatible with PC and Mac computers. Simply insert your memory card, plug in to any compatible USB port and access your data!

Digipower 42-in-1 Card Reader:

42-in-1 media card reader/writer

Compatible with microSD, miniSD, SDHC/MMC miniSD, MS/MS Pro, MS Duo and M2 memory cards

Works with PC and Mac

Plug and play card reader, no drivers needed
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fyi...minimum quantity of 2
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Lots of reviews saying it deleted photos, just an FYI. Doesn't look like something I'd want to trust with anything important
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lol..pass
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Lots of reviews saying it deleted photos, just an FYI. Doesn't look like something I'd want to trust with anything important
I'm still wondering how a card reader deletes content.......

I've walked into a Walmart before and I'm beginning to think it may have been user error
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I'm still wondering how a card reader deletes content.......

I've walked into a Walmart before and I'm beginning to think it may have been user error
Its not that difficult.. Windows will often read/write to a storage device. The multiple reviews on Walmart claim frequent disconnect. I'm sure the device (or windows) didn't actually "delete" the files, but probably corrupted the FAT or something.

I've experienced something like this with really cheap compact mSD card readers overheat and corrupt memory cards. I've actually lost a card (plastic partically melted, no longer recognized by any devices) while with another card, I just lost all the files on the card. Unfortunately, I've had lots of bad experience with cheap memory card readers throughout the years...especially the cheap ones from ebay. Considering a decent USB 3.0 card reader can be frequently had for ~$5, I would not risk picking this up. On the other hand, this is Walmart, so it doesn't hurt to buy one, and test it with dummy files on several cards. If it doesn't work well, return it to the store.
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Looks like it damages the actual memory cards per reviews
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Agreed. Really bad reviews--no need to take a risk like this to save a few $$.
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Did anyone able to find out what are the 42 in 1 features?
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Its not that difficult.. Windows will often read/write to a storage device. The multiple reviews on Walmart claim frequent disconnect. I'm sure the device (or windows) didn't actually "delete" the files, but probably corrupted the FAT or something.

I've experienced something like this with really cheap compact mSD card readers overheat and corrupt memory cards. I've actually lost a card (plastic partically melted, no longer recognized by any devices) while with another card, I just lost all the files on the card. Unfortunately, I've had lots of bad experience with cheap memory card readers throughout the years...especially the cheap ones from ebay. Considering a decent USB 3.0 card reader can be frequently had for ~$5, I would not risk picking this up. On the other hand, this is Walmart, so it doesn't hurt to buy one, and test it with dummy files on several cards. If it doesn't work well, return it to the store.
This. Your memory card can be stellar but put it in a crap device and its like rolling the dice with someone you just met at a bar. Everything could be fine or you could be having a dr explain to you why cutting stuff off is not the worst thing in the world at this point.
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42 different receptacles? Is this the same adapter that contained the hidden Death Star plans that Leah transfered to R2D2.
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Did anyone able to find out what are the 42 in 1 features?
Its bs at the end of the day but basically each memory card type they list has previous standards that this is compatible for. Than to top it off would not be surprised at all if they take that number and times it by the usb standards it supports. Again just bs because anything else that supports the same cards as this but says 12 or 24 in one would not be chosen by your average 'bigger is better' consumer.
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I'm kind of loaded, could someone explain this to me in yoemans terms.
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I'm kind of loaded, could someone explain this to me in yoemans terms.
Quality comment, Rock.
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OOS on my end
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