The Rocketek Super is one of the rare devices that has a slot for XQD media, an ultra-high-speed format that communicates using the PCIe bus, and is used by a variety of powerful cameras due to transfer rates that are much greater than typical flash storage.
- Supports usb 3 interface
- Draws a lot of electricity
- Only really needed by photographers
SanDisk Extreme Pro
Compatible with the UHS-II standard, the SanDisk Extreme Pro can take advantage of the fastest in flash memory, and boasts maximum transfer rates in the 300-megabyte-per-second range. Its Type-C plug is attached to a short cable, so it won’t block any adjacent ports.
- Durable construction
- Great for photographers
- Two-year warranty
If you’re looking for an all-in-one connectivity solution for your MacBook or Ultrabook, consider the Vava UC010 . Its port selection includes HDMI and Ethernet jacks, and it supports up to 100 watts of power delivery plus a USB-C passthrough.
- Capable of 4k at 30 hertz
- 3 type-a sockets
- Below-average read speed
A number of subtle, yet helpful, features make the Satechi Type-C stand out from many of the rest. It’s built with a notably heavy-duty aluminum case, has a pliable cord of a reasonable length, and secures cards with a reassuring click.
- 4th-generation sd technology
- Both slots work simultaneously
- Higher-than-average price
ProGrade Digital Dual-Slot
When it comes to pure performance, the ProGrade Digital Dual-Slot is one of the best. Unlike most, it can read from two sources simultaneously without sacrificing any speed due to its USB 3.1 Gen 2 capability with a theoretical ceiling of over 1 gigabyte per second.
- Usb-c connector
- Type-a and type-c cables
- Considerably expensive
While it isn’t the most recent release, the Anker B2A has the relatively uncommon ability to read from a full-size SD and TF source at the same time. Its compact construction means it takes up very little space in a pocket or laptop bag.
- Works with high-capacity memory
- One of the most affordable options
- Not the fastest choice
If you find yourself needing to transfer files between a PC, smartphone, and high-end laptop, the UGreen 50706 can help thanks to its Type-A and Type-C connectors. It features a compact design that makes it easy to carry anywhere and fit into any device.
- Handy keychain loop
- Resilient aluminum housing
- Plug covers are easy to lose
Though somewhat pricey for a single-port unit, the Sony MRW-S1 is able to maximize its throughput where other models lag behind. As long as you supply the right adapter, it pairs well with the newest and speediest micro-size cards.
- Especially compact construction
- Includes a dust cover
- Faster than most integrated units
Available in your choice of three colors, the Transcend TS-RDF5K is a durable and compact option that can accommodate most types of flash memory. It is USB 3.1 compatible and will work with UHS-II devices, although it only operates at UHS-I speed.
- Supports security functions
- Convenient led indicator
- Recovery software also available
SmartQ C368 Pro
In terms of both price and flexibility, it’s hard to beat the SmartQ C368 Pro , which costs very little and supports a wide variety of formats. It’s compatible with standard and microSD cards, and even older Memory Stick Duo storage.
- Can access all four slots at once
- No drivers required
- Works with windows and mac os