An exquisite complement to your Mac, the Universal Media Reader supports all existing memory card standards with just three slots—so you can easily identify the correct slot for your memory card. It's equipped with the most advanced memory controller IC, making it compatible with next-generation high-speed/high-capacity memory cards.
Convenient USB 2.0 power and hub
The Universal Media Reader draws power directly from the USB 2.0 connection to your Mac, so there's no need for external power adapters. It also comes with an integrated two-port USB 2.0 hub—giving you an extra USB port while it's plugged in.
The Universal Media Reader supports a wide range of memory card formats, including all series of CompactFlash and MicroDrive, all series of Memory Stick, MultiMediaCard, eXtremeDigital, SecureDigital High Capacity and more.
- Three card slots to support all existing memory card types
- Supports SDXC (Secure Digital Extended Capacity) and UDMA (Universal Direct Memory Access)
- Power and data access indicator
- Integrated USB cable and dual-port USB 2.0 hub
- Stylish aluminium casing
- Includes a USB extender cable for convenience
Did you notice?This reader supports the latest SDXC and UDMA media.
Apple Recommends ForPhotographers on the go who want a compact, portable, and stylish card reader to quickly transfer images to their MacBook Pro.
What's in the Box?
- Moshi Universal Media Reader
- USB extender cable
- Height: 0.65 in./1.65 cm
- Width: 2.4 in./6.0 cm
- Weight: 4.41 oz./125.0 g
- Length: 4.3 in./11.0 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: 99MO027001
- UPC or EAN No.: 4712052312067
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
Ratings & Reviews
Perfect for me!
It looks great and do whats is supposed to do! It also has two additional USB, this little media reader stays always plugged on my It looks great and do whats is supposed to do! It also has two additional USB, this little media reader stays always plugged on my Mac Pro. …
- Written by Marcelo S from Sao paulo
95 of 103 people found this useful
I got this for my MacBook Air 11' as it doesn't have an internal SD card reader like the larger models. This card reader hardly e I got this for my MacBook Air 11' as it doesn't have an internal SD card reader like the larger models. This card reader hardly ever works properly. It most often cannot even identify the card, and when it does, it sometimes stops reading the card mid-way through the import. Waste of money, I do not recommend it. …
- Written by Jillian A from Spring City
61 of 77 people found this useful
This looks and works well and is convenient in its all in one package but is very expensive.
- Written by Richard D from Toronto
60 of 77 people found this useful
Professional photographer, used for a year, love it!
I've been using this daily for the last year or so as the main method of importing shoots. It looks great and has never once malfu I've been using this daily for the last year or so as the main method of importing shoots. It looks great and has never once malfunctioned. I saw the other review here that says it never works, person probably has a lemon. I've never had a problem. …
- Written by Brandon W from Carmel
1 of 1 people found this useful
can not recommend
This card reader rarely works.It fails to read most of the flash drives that it states that it can read!
- Written by edwin A from los angeles
Bought this card reader a year back and mainly uses it to extract photos from my CF card. It hasn't been reliable most of the time Bought this card reader a year back and mainly uses it to extract photos from my CF card. It hasn't been reliable most of the time, sometimes the reader does not want to read the data from the card, other times it just stops halfway while the photos are being imported. And recently after just about a year of use, the card reader fails totally! While this card reader is beautiful, it just isn't worth the trouble, get something else! …
- Written by Andrew W from Ontario
7 of 7 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Will the Apple media reader be able to read RAW files from a Nikon D50 such that they can be downloaded and stored in iPhoto on my MacBook Pro?
- Asked by Ronald K from Laguna Niguel
- Nov 20, 2013
Yes it will work. As of OS X Mountain Lion v10.8 or later the RAW files from Nikon D50 are supported Yes it will work. As of OS X Mountain Lion v10.8 or later the RAW files from Nikon D50 are supported in iPhoto and Aperture. …
- Answered by Bo S
- Nov 21, 2013
Does the Moshi Universal Media Reader work with a desk top computer? The slot on my computer no longer reads my sd card.
- Asked by Mary A from Lithgow
- Apr 1, 2013
No answers yet
I have purchased a micro sd card and have put it in one of the adapters and I will not work. Only th I have purchased a micro sd card and have put it in one of the adapters and I will not work. Only the large cards will work …
- Answered by Jeremy M
- Nov 25, 2012
it won't let me post a link but you can find it at Bestbuy.com , i was curious to the same thing so it won't let me post a link but you can find it at Bestbuy.com , i was curious to the same thing so i researched it..and I will end up buying it. I needed one for use with my sony cybershot (which has a memory stick pro duo)
Hope this helps you. …
- Answered by Evan G from Hinesville
- Feb 20, 2012
Does the Moshi Universal Media Reader sync with an IPad?
- Asked by Gail K from Atlanta
- Aug 12, 2011
No... There is a camera connection kit that works for ipad and ipad2.... search ipad camera connecti No... There is a camera connection kit that works for ipad and ipad2.... search ipad camera connection kit. …
- Answered by Patrick O from Portland
- Jan 24, 2012
No. This is a device to read memory cards, CF and the like. The iPhone uses internal storage. There No. This is a device to read memory cards, CF and the like. The iPhone uses internal storage. There is nothing to connect it to. …
- Answered by Susan H from Cleveland
- Dec 21, 2011