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Pros: Works very well. Haven't had any problems with it.
I also really liked I was able to select what cables I want to plug in and use vs other Power Supplies that just has them all right there.
And the nice little bag they give you to hold the extra cords is a nice bonus.
Cons: Wasn't Free.
Other Thoughts: Bought this on 4/13/2011 (April 13th, 2011) and still works without problems.
I plan on getting a better video card (AMD R7 or R9) to really put it to the test (as well as be able to play many games).
With no plan to crossfire video cards, this 750 Watt still will be plenty of power.
I wanted to wait until around 3 years to leave a review on this (give or take a few days).
Pros: It supporting multiple card formats.
I have so far Tested the MicroSD, SD and Memory Stick PRO Duo, and they have all worked fine so far.
Cons: Wasn't free.
The 1 MAJOR thing i didn't like, is despite the fact when i hook it up and it shows 2x "Removable Drives", it will ONLY let you use 1 at a time.
So I can't for example take files from my (PSP) Memory Stick PRO Duo 32GB card and transfer it to my SD Card.
I have to transfer it to a folder to a computer, disconnect the MS Duo, then put in the SD Card to copy the files.
It usually only takes a few extra minutes, but when it's a lot of little files, it can take awhile.
And having to copy it to the PC 1st, then to the other card, can greatly increase the time it will take.
This most likely isn't usually a problem for most people (taking the extra steps and time), but if you're in a rush to copy something from 1 memory stick to another, then it could be.
If you only really use 1 format like SD Cards, then this won't be an issue for you.
Other Thoughts: Despite the negative thing in the Cons, I only decided to knock off as most as 1 egg for it.
Speed wise, the file transfer speeds are usually fast, but it will greatly matter what you transfer.
Single Big files shouldn't take as long, but 1000's of little files could take awhile.
This won't be any problems with the card or device itself, so don't think it was.
I bought this reader with a SanDisk 32GB Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) Flash Card Model SDSDB-032G-B35.
(The PSP Memory Stick PRO Duo 32 GB I bought back in 2010.)
If you have many different type of memory cards, as long as you don't mind that 1 problem i said, this device should work very well for you.
This review is from: SanDisk 32GB Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) Flash Card Model SDSDB-032G-B35
Pros: Cheap, fast, and PLENTY of space to store data.
Cons: It wasn't free.
Other Thoughts: I mainly use this for my Nintendo Wii.
Either games from nintendo store and other things, I have plenty of space to store those, as well as backup saves.
And i haven't even come close to filling up the space.
If I ever get a camera that uses SD cards, i will definitely get another one for it.
If you need a good priced and big sized SD Card, this one is for you.
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