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  • Kingston MobileLite USB 2.0 Multi-card Reader with 4 GB Class 4 SDHC Flash Memory Card FCR-MLG2+SD4/4GB
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Kingston MobileLite USB 2.0 Multi-card Reader with 4 GB Class 4 SDHC Flash Memory Card FCR-MLG2+SD4/4GB


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  • Includes MobileLiteG2 a compact, portable, multifunctional card reader

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The Kingston Technology FCR-MLG2+SD4/4GB bundle includes the MobileLiteG2 a compact, portable, multifunctional card reader that lets users carry a single device to store, transfer or read data on any USB host device and with 4GB capacity Secure Digital High Capacity card redefines performance, with Class 4 speed ratings and support for FAT 32 file formats. They’re designed to meet the storage demands of high-quality digital still and video cameras and are backed by a lifetime warranty.

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Works May 16 2010
By LES - Published on Amazon.com
Size: 16GB
So far the memory card works great. No problems. Been using it for over a month now. I do not agree with that the memory card reader is a flimsy junk. It is plastic, so don't expect it last if you roll over with your car. It is not worse than a USB flash drive which is made of plastic (since most of them are).

The card reader has a little blue light at the top and is blinking when data is being read. I find the reader great help, so I don't have to keep connect the cable to my camera, just pop the card out and read away. It supports different cards which is also great, but I only use it with SDHC cards.

You can pull out the little doors/protectors or whatever else you might wanna call it, both at the front and on the back, which will protect the USB connector and the card as well. This way you can easily leave a card in there while transporting it and it will be protected.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Reader deal June 28 2010
By Garry McGonigle - Published on Amazon.com
Size: 32GB
I had some doubt that this reader was going to work as well as it had when I opened a 4GB card and those doubts were immediately dispelled. Works in Vista 32 and 64 without a hitch and is immediately recognized. The 32 GB card has been put aside for vacation but I am very pleased.
Gotta love it for the price Oct. 4 2011
By Detritus Effluvium - Published on Amazon.com
Size: 4GB Verified Purchase
Card readers don't seem to last very long and I have bought several over the years. I bought the Kingston mainly because they threw in a 4 GB SD card. It has a curious design with both ends telescoping out when not in use. This covers the USB plug and the card slots on the other end. When people first see it, they think it's a cigarette lighter. :-)

It seems to be pretty good quality and hopefully it will last a while longer than the others.
Works well, but width blocks USB ports Jan. 11 2012
By MBL - Published on Amazon.com
Size: 4GB
The card and card reader work well, and quickly. The only problem is that the disc reader is so wide that inserting it into my Macbook (or other laptop) blocks nearby USB ports. The reader comes with an extra USB extension for computers with this problem, but it'd be easier if this problem could be solved without needing an additional piece of equipment (make it narrower with card insert on the side?)
fine but a little flimsy Jan. 11 2012
By Derek Vincent - Published on Amazon.com
Size: 4GB
I've had one of these for about two years. I bought it because it had the dual purpose of card reader and flash drive. The build quality is cheap at best but if you're careful it seems to be fine. One nice feature is that both Windows XP and Mac (Snow Leopard) have read it without problem.