Kingston Digital FCR-ML3C MobileLite Duo 3C, USB 3.1 + Type C, Microsd Card Reader, microSDHC/microSDXC
- Compact, lightweight Micro SD card reader
- Dual interface accommodates USB Type-A and USB Type-C Ports
- Metal casing provides rugged portability
- For devices with limited expansion Ports
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Kingston’s MobileLite Duo 3C is a microSD card reader that works well with the latest products that have USB Type-C ports, as well as devices that use USB Type-A. This versatile device has a small metallic form factor so it easily fits in a pocket, purse or backpack and is ideal for personal or professional use. Offload files and photos quicker using the USB Type-C port which has a universal connector that plugs in easily. This versatile device reads microSD/SDHC/SDXC, UHS-I and supports the latest card speeds.
MobileLite Duo 3C is compliant with the USB 3.1 Gen 1¹ (USB 3.0) specification and delivers incredible performance to save time when transferring videos, photos, and other large file sizes. It is backwards compatible with USB 2.0 ports to allow users to migrate to USB 3.0 in the future, using one card reader. MobileLite Duo 3C is backed by a two-year warranty, free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability.
- Compact, lightweight microSD card reader
- Dual interface accommodates USB Type-A and USB Type-C ports
- Metal casing provides rugged portability
- For devices with a limited number of expansion ports
Works with older and newer systems thanks to the USB-A and USB-C interfaces.
1. USB 3.1 Gen 1 performance requires a host device with a USB 3.0 or 3.1 port.
The lightweight storage solution that’s easy to throw in a pocket or backpack.
Thanks to the metal casing you can bring it wherever your adventure takes you.
USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 3.0) support¹
Download photos and videos quickly to share online.
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This drive can get very hot, it's metal. but can get hot. not overly hot but a very warm hot.
These Manufacturers of such USB C OTG Micro SD Card Readers need to lengthen the USB C neck a little longer so it can fit with thin cases and thick cases. Someone out there has to make an adjustable USB C head so we can use it with cases of multiple sizes. as most of us own different cases. also stop making the plastic around the head of the USB C plastic casing so big, as this is what is really preventing the USB C head from going in as well. None the less, USB C heads need to be longer or adjustable.
I'm going to keep the Kingston USB C OTG because I had to purchase an adaptor for it to work, cost me an extra $7.96 for a 3.1 USB C to USB C Thin Adaptor adaptor, which no one should have to spend extra on an adaptor just to use it with a slim case.
I would not recommend this Product, do to it not even fitting with slim cases.
If you own a OnePlus 7 Pro. I would stay away from this Kingston TYPE C OTG MICRO SD Card Reader, as you will have to remove your case every time you want to use it. Go with the Nekteck, but remember the Nekteck only works with slim cases, to be fare most OTG C readers only work with slim cases.
This is the best USB A / USB C card reader (or memory card) to live off your key chain. I've broken about 4 others over the last half year due to a lack of protective cap over the USB C plug (they crumble on the inside too easily). The Kingston one has a cap that's part of the key ring, which is great. Totally worth it if what you're looking for is something to live in your pocket and be able to provide storage to both Type A and Type C devices.
The only thing I was hesitant about when reading all the reviews was the fact that people said it tended to heat up.
Yes, it does heat up to an almost alarming temperature (hot to the touch) but only after being plugged in for more than 5 minutes.
It doesn't take more than 45 seconds for me to plug it in and transfer like 10 raw photos and 15+ edits. So, it does it's job very well.