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Get Those Photos Onto Your Computer With This Deal On A CF/Micro SD Card Reader

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce

Looking for a way to get files off a CF card or Micro SD card and onto your computer? You very well might have hundreds of photos on various flash cards of some kind with seemingly little way to access them.

This converter solves your problem. Plug it into the USB 3.0 port on your laptop or PC, and voila! With the code 4Q5R9HUR, you can get this card reader for just $9:

Normally $14, this flash card reader is 36 percent off with the code (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $14, this CF and micro SD card reader is 36 percent off with the code (Photo via Amazon)

Compact Flash CF Card Reader, WEme Aluminum USB 3.0 Micro SD Card Converter with OTG Adapter for Extreme Pro Professional Sandisk/ Lexar SDHC Memory Card and Samsung Galaxy, Mac Mini, Windows, Linux on sale for $8.99 with code 4Q5R9HUR

Sixty-seven percent of the 500+ reviewers gave it a perfect 5 out of 5 stars. The top review, by Kevin Crawford, is titled “Perfect”:

He bought his in 2014, when there must not have been many reviews. Now there are literally hundreds! James C. Samans says “This is a VERY useful gadget”:

I have several devices meant to connect SD cards to USB ports. By far, the Weme 2-in-1 is the most innovative and best overall. The design is compact but sturdy, with a cap to cover the USB interface so that the closed device is a very thin rectangle. One end has openings to support standard and micro-SD cards, so an adapter to convert micro-SD isn’t necessary. The USB interface is 3.0, so you get very fast transfer rates, and there’s a blue light that shows the device is active when it’s been connected – something that was very important in my case, because I was using the Weme to repair my Windows tablet after a flawed Win 10 upgrade that left me unable to boot past an initial check for external storage.

The problem arose from my having told the Win 10 update program to store its data to the tablet’s micro-SD card, accessible in Windows but NOT during the boot sequence. The Weme allowed me to extract the micro-SD card and connect it via USB in a way that the pre-Windows system could see, after which my tablet recovered. Simpler adapter plugs that offered only a micro-SD opening and a USB plug didn’t do it. This did, and I’m thrilled. I’ve also found the 3.0 transfer to be exceptionally useful to move photos from my standalone digital camera.

Bottom line: I love the Weme 2-in-1 and will be keeping it with my tablet for all travels. I recommend it to anyone looking for a sturdy, reliable adapter.

This discount code expires August 15. Shipping is free with Amazon Prime.

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