We’ve got a very similar situation in the next test – average read speed. Again, the SanDisk ImageMate with the USB 2.0 interface is in the lead, winning with three media out of four. The “9 in 1” device from an unknown manufacturer takes the second place – it found itself on the third place only once. By the total result, the Apacer Mega Steno MG820 seems to take the third place. The pair of “7 in 1” card-readers from no-name manufacturers shares the last place.
The last four diagrams show you the average access time of the devices – I should remind you that this factor is not crucial for a card-reader’s performance. Note, though, that the card-reader can affect this parameter – the difference in the access time is triple with some cards.