Insignia USB 3.0 Advanced Memory Card Reader (NS-DCR30D3K-C) - Only at Best Buy
- Desktop card reader is compatible with the following card formats: microSD, T-FLASH, microSDXC, microSDHC, SD, SDHC, SDXC, Mini-SD, and CompactFlash (CF) Type I
- USB 3.0 interface offers easy breezy plug-and-play connectivity
- Offers a maximum data transfer rate of 625 MB/s
- Compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Mac OS 9.0 or higher, and Linux Kernal 2.4.1 or higher
- USB 3.0 Multi-Format Memory Card Reader
- USB 3.0 Cable
- Quick Setup Guide
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Of the 2180 reviewers who responded, 2064 would recommend this product.
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- Does not work- July 24, 2020
I purchased this to replace an aging card reader in the hopes that it would be faster at transferring images from SD cards to my Windows computer. Right out of the box, this device did not perform well. It was recognized and I was able to see content on multiple cards I tried, but in attempting to transfer the images my computer froze and task manager did not respond. My screen went black and my computer remained unresponsive until I pulled the power cable out. I tried four different times with four different cards and got the same result. I tried connecting my 12-year-old reader with the same cards and it worked fine. I will be returning this.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Simple device, simple to use, works.- May 16, 2020
In today's world of tablets/laptops with minimal ports, this is a handy device. I connect it into my disk farm and can use it to copy SD and microSD disks quickly. It has a slot for each and each slot is assigned its own drive letter. It will also accept CF disks, but I don't have any. I can use the device to copy to/from internal drives on my computers or external drives in my disk farm. It is a USB3 device and I have achieved real-world transfer rates of 50/60 MB/s copying from an internal drive thru this device. YMMV. One use is to transfer data from archival storage onto an internal disk for mobile access. Small enough to throw in a togo bag if needed.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Failed on the second try.- April 25, 2021
This little guy worked exactly one time; I'm not exaggerating. I used it to pull pictures off of my dslr camera card the first day and everything worked fine. I went to pull pics off another card three days later and I kept getting read errors. I actually thought it might have been the second card, so I ttied it in my second laptop (it has a built-in reader) and the card worked perfectly. On a side note, I didn't like the feel of the reader ports. My laptop reader has a spring-loaded port that feels like a very solid lock when the card goes in and out. This reader just uses a friction fit, so there's no real feedback to tell you if you've inserted the card properly.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.