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I have one of Kingston's DataTraveller Micro Reader USB sticks, a fantastic memory stick with an integrated micro SD and M2 card reader. However, I've gradually filled it to the brim and am looking for a larger stick. Unfortunately, Kingston don't make them any bigger than the 4GB one that I currently have and I was hoping to go to 16GB now that they've come down in price.

Does anyone know if any manufacturers make something similar: a 16GB stick with a micro SD card reader integrated (I'm not bothered about the M2 reader).

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Here is an 8GB Micro SD, and SD to USB converter / reader:

http://www.eforcity.com/257519.html?efprcggbadtf090605=257519

I wasnt able to find any 16GB models.

Im not exacally sure what you are looking for. Do you want a 16 GB USB memory stick that can also read Micro SD and SD at the same time?

If you just need an adapter, this may also work too:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820134988

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Thanks for the 8GB one: that's the kind of thing I was looking for: a 16GB USB memory stick that can also read micro SD (I don't need SD). –  Al. Nov 20 '09 at 8:22
    
How about this: geekstuff4u.com/… You may have to order it from japan though, or search for a differnt seller. –  Tanner Collin Nov 21 '09 at 3:55
    
Thanks, but the buffalo one is just a micro-sd card reader and doesn't have any built-in memory. –  Al. Jan 8 '10 at 13:56

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