Kingston Digital MobileLite G4 USB 3.0 Multi-Function Card Reader

October 4, 2017

USB SD Card ReaderThese days we all tend to have quite a few devices that gather and save data. Many of the smaller electronic devices save to either a flavor of SD card or microSD card. I’ve found an inexpensive solution for both types of cards and I’ve provided links for it in this post. I get a tiny commission from Amazon (thanks FTC for making me say this every time) and I’ve not gotten a free one.

In the past I’ve talk about small boxes that connect via USB via a short cable. The Kingston Digital MobileLite G4 USB 3.0 Multi-Function Card Reader plugs directly into a USB 2.0 or 3.0 port making it even more compact. Not only can this be handy for your own data cards, you may also want one in your laptop bags if a client needs to provide you data from a card. Given the low price, it might be worth buying a couple of them!

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