Description: This is an awesome little microSD card USB reader. Your uSD card slides into the inside of the USB connector, then stick this into a USB port and the card's contents will pop up on your computer. Very sneaky - we love it! Great for pulling data logs off microSD media. This reader also includes an indicator LED which will light up if a microSD card is present. This device is completely plug-and-play, no drivers needed.
Why is microSD sometimes called 'uSD'? It's an engineering thing. Mu ('μ') is a Greek letter that is often used in engineering. In electrical engineering it is commonly used to shorten capacitor sizes, such as 10μF. This is pronounced '10 micro-Farad'. Using that same terminology, we can shorten microSD to μSD, but we're just too lazy to figure out how to type μ, so instead we use 'uSD'.