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  • posted byAlysonPW on 05/18/2013

    The product is very well packaged. The greatest advantage of this item is the fact that it allows you to add 4 USB ports (despite of only 2 of most products). If you make an analysis with the cost/benefit relation, the cost of each USB port is lower in this product if compared with a 2-USB ports... Read more

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  • posted bysrgonsalves on 03/13/2013

    - Nice product since it can expand USB ports to old notebooks. - USB 2.0 compatible, faster than 1.1 on old notebooks. - 4 port USB, allowing use of many USB devices. - good price. - since it uses PCMCIA card we can't use another card simultaneously (like network card or wifi card). This is not a... Read more

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  • posted bymautas on 08/03/2010

    Good adaptor. Self powered card ideal for low consumption USB devices. If you need more power you can add it via provided. Shipped in a box, so don´t be worried about the card being damaged. Beware of the card height if you are using 2 stacked PCMCIA slots in your computer take this into The... Read more

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  • posted bykronIQ on 07/13/2010

    Cheap Plug and play Seems sturdy External power hardly needed A good way to get extra USB ports on a laptop Sticks out a bit more then expected, but as long as you remember to remove it before putting your laptop in a bag then you'll be fine. I have been looking for a product like this one, but I... Read more

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  • posted bycanwendy on 05/01/2010

    Easy to use. Just insert it and my Toshiba Laptop recognized it. It comes with a jack to plug into an usb but I am not sure what the jack is for as I can still use it without the jack. It sticks out a little more than I like but it not that big of a deal. I wished I bought this earlier. I wished... Read more

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  • posted bymautas on 11/14/2009

    Four self powered USB ports. No need for external power supply. At least for low consumption devices like pen drives, bluetooth adapters, wifi adapters and the like. If you need more power you can use the provided cable to draw power from another USB port. Works on Linux too. The 4 ports are if a... Read more

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  • posted byluigi30 on 10/06/2009

    Very useful for old notebook without usb 2.0. Very easy to use: just plug-in and use it. Good price for good quality. None I used it with different devices: old usb 2.0 memory stick transfer rate 50Mbit/s SanDisk cruzer 4G 62Mbit/s Old mp3 player usb 1.1 5Mbit/s 2.5'' External hard disk 72 Mbit/s... Read more

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  • posted byduchistan on 10/01/2009

    Easy to install/USe Provides a cable for USB devices requiring more power Four ports are nicely seperated to avoid blockage Fits nicely in IBM laptops NONE! 500 characters CF9502 500 characters CF9502 500 characters CF9502 500 characters CF9502 500 characters CF9502 500 characters CF9502 500 500... Read more

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  • posted byblackorb on 04/13/2009

    I have been using this USB2.0 PCMCIA card for some days now and have tested each individual port out for speed. My impressions are: - Good constriction, feels solid - 4 USB 2.0 ports - Comes with an external power lead to feed power into the card from an existing laptop USB port - Offers good my... Read more

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  • posted bykrisje8 on 12/02/2008

    Here come the obvious pro's: - Gives you USB2.0 on a laptop with USB1.1 (yes, the full USB2.0, not a tiny bit slower) - Works under Linux! It was known it would work with windows, but I tested it on Linux and it worked there as well. See Other Thoughts for more info. - Does not heat up after use,... Read more

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