Simple and attractive option to add a multiple card reader to your Mac

One of the handiest devices around today is the card reader. Many laptops do not come with various card readers built-in and so, having a card reader as an external device is a great help. This Unitek USB 3.0 Multi-In-One Aluminum Card Reader is one of the better examples of this type of accessory.


  • Simple to setup
  • Compliments the look of modern Apple products


  • I wish the Usb cable were longer


  • Fast Data/Files Access and Transfer Rate Super-Speed (5Gps) / High-Speed (480Mbps) / Full-Speed (12 Mbps). Backward compatible with USB 2.0 / 1.1
  • Support SDHC, SDXC, Micro SD, Micro SDHC (UHS-I), Micro SDXC (UHS-I) and CF/MD/MMC; Ideal for transferring high-resolution images and video recordings
  • Apple aluminum style, work, and fun are fully integrated for your MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, Google ChromeBook, Microsoft Surface Pro 4 3 2, Lenovo Yoga, ThinkPad, Samsung, Dell etc with USB A port interface. Compatibility: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10, Mac OS and Linus
  • Truly Plug & Play and Hot-swapping capability, USB-powered (no external power or battery needed); Read one of the cards when cards sharing the same slot at the same time, more easily for information exchange

Unitek USB 3.0 Multi-In-One Card Reader REVIEW

Now that I’ve gotten through all the major details, let me explain a little about my experience with the card reader.

Setup is simple, just plug into an available USB 3.0 port. I used a MacBook Pro for testing, but this should work on any Windows computer with USB 3.0. Cards were recognized quickly and transfer speeds were fast over USB 3.0.

Everything it’s supposed to do and looks great while doing it. This would make a nice choice for anyone looking to add an attractive card reader. The only real downside is that the cable length is not very long. This would be great for travel, but for a permanent placement on a desk, I would have preferred a longer cord. Of course, you could add a USB 3.0 extension cable to solve that problem, or simply plug it into USB 3.0 hub.

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