The cord does not come loose from the USB port, so I am raising the star rating. Are you dragging it up the side of a mountain or something? I do use this on a Windows computer though for my Mac is still not able to use this device. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Military Smart Card Reader.
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Worked well on OSX. I am corresponding with support. Hopefully this will last as much. I’m really happy with it. I have been using a more traditional style card reader for my military ID but one of my friends always bragged about their compact reader.
Transferring files was quick and easy and there was no obvious lag having to use this card reader.
Another reason I chose this brand was the fact it offered a slot for my old XD cards. It looks pretty slick, but more importantly, it’s very fast. The cord does not come loose from the USB port, so I czrd raising the star rating. I will say that I haven’t utilized any of the other media reader functionality of this, so I really cannot speak to that, but the size and the fact that it reads my smartcard without issue makes this a great gadget at a great price.
Purchased carc replace a 12 year old CAC reader that was shorting out. I bought two of them, one for the road and one for home use. Used with a micro SD card and my computer easily recognized it. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Use it everyday for my military ID to sign into things and the card reader works great every time and i never have an issue with it.
I look forward to being able to use this on the go with my Mac using the card reader on Windows 10 through Parallels software and enjoying its ease of use! Learn more about Amazon Prime. Are you dragging it up the side of a mountain or something?
Iogear Smart Card Reader by Office Depot & OfficeMax
Give me a break – it serves the purpose. I do use this on a Windows computer though for my Mac is still not able to use this device.
Yes, I am sure most people who are getting this item realize where to look for the information on install but if not, look at MilitaryCAC. I picked this up to replace a larger, bulkier cabled smartcard reader. I travel days per month and I do need to utilize my smartcard upon caed and the Surface doesn’t have a reader built in.
Inca All in One Multi Card Reader – USB 3.0
It’s quite durable for its small size and it can easily car packed in anywhere without worrying about a cord. No need to install shady drivers, like with other rsader.
I have noticed they have also specifically noted that 5 “different” cards can work–I am slightly disappointed that the same card type cannot work at the same time, but I am delighted their customer service was so on-point. All in all pretty easy to install.
Getting it to work was a little tricky but I don’t think it was for any reason to do with the card reader itself. I use windows 8 if that helps anyone. However, if I had to state a negative, it would be that the item came with no instructions.
I normally take raw photos and this reader instantly loads the images as soon as I click on them. I didn’t have to download root certificates or multiple additional software to use this device. It has not failed me and does exactly what it is supposed to do.
The design is excellent. XD cards are no longer that popular, but I had a few with photos from my old camera.
I always am needing to get something printed off for work so this was a must for unclassified use of course, just incase NSA is reading this. Caard Air Force and love owning one of these.