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To complement the mobile video life brought about by smartphones, ADATA offers an ultra-compact card reader to aid in the transfer of microSD/microSDHC memory card data at high speed. The microReader Ver.3 has a compact and lightweight body, with a built-in USB connector. Cumbersome USB cables are eliminated, and the reader can be directly used on all USB equipped desktop and notebook computers. The reader is built with a handy one-push card ejection design, so that the card can be quickly and easily extracted from the reader. A bright LED indicator shines when the data transfer function is active. Due to its ultra-compact size, the microReader can be plugged into the USB slot of a notebook PC at all times, without blocking the neighboring slots or getting in the way when the computer is stowed in a bag.

Groundbreaking Dual-Functionality
In situations where there are extra microSD / microSDHC cards, the microReader extends their capacity and function to that of a handy USB flash drive, allowing you to easily handle and transfer data stored on the cards. All your prized media: personal photos, music and memorable video recordings can me maintained and shared with friends whenever you like.

Push-Button Card Ejection
Weighing just 3 grams, and the size of a small coin, the microReader is one of the smallest card readers around. The patented one-push card ejection design makes it easy to remove the memory card with just a simple finger push.

Ultra-compact, Ultra-portability
With its ultra-compact size, the microReader can be left plugged into a portable computer’s USB slot, without blocking the neighboring slots. This makes the device easy to transport when the computer is stowed in a bag, and makes it harder to misplace.

Sparkling LED Indicator
A stylish LED indicator gives bright and vivid notice when the microReader is in use.