I found a microsd adpater to sd

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  1. Mikewired

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    Since the only has one USB port I got to wondering if there was such an animal as a microsd to SD adapter. Sure enough there is. This would come in handy while uploading pictures to a USB hard drive while using this adapter to read a regular SD card.[​IMG]
     
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    Some of the micro SD cards come with an SD adapter.
     
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    I thought the adapters converted it so it would fit in a regular SD slot, not the other way around.
     
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    Interesting but of course you would have to remove your microsd card to use it.
    A USB hub allows you the flexibility to add both a HDD and a typical card reader or other devices. Some USB hubs include a card reader although I prefer a separate one. Good find though it will meet some peoples needs.

    How about a microSD Hub, anybody make one of those?

    Keep any eye out for an SP3 Power Port expander since the Dock Connects using the Power Port maybe a portable port expander will pop up. Preferably this would also have a Power Connector on it so the power adapter can still plug in, 2 - 3 USB 3.0 ports, additional DisplayPort, DVI & HDMI, microSD or SD slot, and the ultimate a pcie connector optional external GPU. Thunderbolt would just mean everything else you wanted to connect would be more expensive and no single device needs that speed.
     
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    Has someone announced something like that or is it just a wishful thinking?
     
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    GreyFox7 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    No announcements that I have seen. If you do not ask ye shall not receive. :)
     
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    Ah, yes. I must have misinterpreted what you wanted.

    However, since the surface has a usb port, you could use a micro SD card reader, assuming you are not already using the port or don't have a hub. The reader doesn't cost much.
     

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