Dell Latitude E6400 - SD card reader ?

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  1. chris33

    chris33 Notebook Enthusiast

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    To anyone having a Dell E6400,

    Do you have a SD card reader on your Dell Latitude E6400 ?
    From the picture from Dell Web site, you can see that there is a slot for a SD card reader, but there is no mention of this on the specification ?
    It this SD card reader just a piece of plastic that is not working ? or can you read SD card on it ?
    If it is a fake SD card reader, do you know if it is possible to get SD card reader option ?

    Chris
     

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    Greg Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    I've been using SD cards on my E6400 no problem. It does exist on there.
     
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    John Ratsey Moderately inquisitive Super Moderator

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    It is most definitely there, just to the right of the display latch.

    It works fine for SD / SDHC. Some specs I have seen suggest it works with Sony MS, but that won't work for me. It depends on the interpretation of the 5-in-1.

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    Good, I was asking because I read some people having a fake SD reader (i.e. just a piece of plastic)
     
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    Hmm, I wonder where you read that. There is a plastic insert in the slot that is basically to keep dust out.

    Greg
     
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