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CFAST & SD Dual-Slot (PG02)
Up to 10Gb/s (1.25GB/s)
USB 3.2, Gen. 2 interface
CFast & SD Cards
70.8 mm x 70.8 mm x 18 mm
Nothing stops creative success in its tracks like waiting around for hours while photos, videos, audio or any other files take forever to transfer. At ProGrade Digital™ , we want you to get back to doing what you love with the ProGrade Digital PG-02 dual-slot CFast™ and SD™ Reader , the new gold standard for high-speed file transfers. The secret is the latest USB 3.2, Gen 2 architecture with the capability to read CFast an d SD UHS-II memory cards at speeds up to 10Gb/s (1.25GB/s). And two slots means you can transfer content to your computer from two cards simultaneously, at full-speed with ease. Discover the ProGrade Digital™ way to optimize your workflow, and get back to creating faster.
*To achieve full USB 3.2, Gen. 2 transfer speeds, your USB host connection, cables and device must all support USB 3.2, Gen. 2.
This a fantastic card reader
Max write speed 40mb/s
The card reader seems to function quite admirably, and reads cards with a snap. Pricey, but reliable enough.
Price and performance are unmatched. Never had a single issue on my Red Komodo.
Our CFast and SD Card Reader cables measure 18 inches.
Unfortunately, this high-speed reader is not compatible with XQD cards, however, we do carry an XQD & CFexpress reader.
Good question! USB 3.2 Gen 2 is the new name for USB 3.1 Gen 2, so they are the same.
Take a look at this customer quote, “It sure will. Works great. Love this card reader. I use it with both an iPad Pro and a MacBook Pro and have seen no issues with it.”
Yes, you can download data from both cards at the same time at full speed.
Yes, the reader will work with the SDHC cards. SDXC and SDHC are physically the same size, the difference is that the SDXC cards have an extra row of pins on the back that allows them to read and write at faster speeds. SDHC cards are a little slower so you will not realize the same speeds as you do with SDXC cards.