On a card reader you can link different memory cards, so you can transfer and access photos, videos and documents on your desktop or tablet.
Transcend RDF9 UHS-II Card Reader
Transcend Type-C card reader RDC3 USB 3.2
List price 19.99
Transcend CFexpress Type-B-Card Reader USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 Type-C
List price 69.-
Sony MRW-G2 CFexpress Type A/SD Memory Card Reader (MRWG2.SYM)
List price 149.-
Samsung SD PRO Ultimate 256GB with reader
List price 86.99
Samsung SD PRO Ultimate 128GB with reader
List price 50.99
Samsung SD PRO Ultimate 512GB with reader
List price 178.99
Sony MRW G1 CFexpress Type B / XQD Card Reader
List price 129.-
Kamera Express USB 3.0 Card Reader
SanDisk Professional PRO READER MULTI CARD
Caruba 35 in 1 Cardreader USB 3.0
Transcend RDF5 USB 3.0 Card Reader
What is a Card Reader?
A card reader is a device to which one or more memory cards can be connected, and data can then be extracted from it. The card reader can be connected to your laptop, desktop or tablet, allowing you to not only open the files but also transfer them to a hard drive. The big advantage of this is that when a memory card of your camera is full, you can quickly create space by transferring this data to your drive. Another useful application is that you can use a memory card to transfer data from one device to another. The speed of the device depends on the cable with which it is connected to your computer or tablet. With a USB 3.0 connection you can achieve much higher speeds and therefore the files are on your device faster. Besides use at home, these systems are also often used in public, such as the PT-chip card and bank cards.
Suitable for different memory cards
In recent years, more and more types of memory cards have come into circulation, which has increased the application possibilities of a card reader. Commonly used cards nowadays are the SD, Micro SD, CF, Cfast and XQD. These memory cards can be read by most card readers. Always check which cards the reader supports.