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Micro Adapter SD CARD on XPS 9350

Hi! Has anyone found a micro adapter for sd Card for the XPS 9350? I'd like to use a sd card without taking it out at the end of work.

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Check this one one out - some of the reviewers say it works on their XPS 13:

www.amazon.com/.../B00HV4YFYU

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What exactly do you mean? An adapter for a microSD card?

www.amazon.com/.../ref=sr_1_2

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The buttonless touchpad is similarly refined. It depresses with a solid-feeling click, and cursor control is pleasingly free of accidental hops and skips, and almost as nice to use as the touchpad on my MacBook Pro 13in. All I really missed in the transition was OS X’s selection of multi-finger gestures and, naturally, Force Touch.That’s no fault of the XPS 13, but I do wish the touchpad hardware on Windows devices was as tightly meshed with the operating system as it is on Apple’s laptops. I use both OS X and Windows devices every day, and it makes a big difference.

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www.amazon.com/.../ref=sr_1_31

Something like this one but compatible with xps 9350...

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Check this one one out - some of the reviewers say it works on their XPS 13:

www.amazon.com/.../B00HV4YFYU

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Thx, Someone says it's hard to stick it out...anyone has ever tried it?

Jacopo

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Yeah, that's the problem with bring flush.  Maybe a very thin pair of tweezers would work -

www.amazon.com/.../ref=sr_1_2_a_it

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To follow up - another reviewer with an XPS 13 said use a "fine blade".

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;-)

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anyway it's weird that Dell has not yet addressed this simple issue...

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