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  • posted by9864549 on 02/06/2017

    Impression:Easy to install;

    Used on a Toshiba Libretto 100CT to use input devices (so no speed factor for me), I was quiet surprised to have both ports working flawlessly after the Windows 98 driver dance. I was expecting troubles with that particular laptop model, had none, voltage restriction for plug after boot doesn't a... Read more

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  • posted byciuafm on 11/06/2015

    Impression:Easy to install;

    Pros: Easy way to get USB in laptop. USB2.0 speed can be reached. Cons: Price can be less. I use it to connect USB flash to laptop with USB1.0 ports only, also it is usefull for laptop which have no keyboard/mouse with brocken USB port - even wi-fi can be connected by this card.

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  • posted bymomird on 05/19/2015

    Impression:Good price,Fast,Easy to install;

    Pros: Good device! It fits perfectly, no drivers are necessary for the full operation. I haven't used the power cable provided. It is recognized immediately and it surely is a plug and play device. It was installed in my Toshiba laptop without any problems. Cons: None whatsoever. Summary: I would... Read more

    A Perfect Fit

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  • posted byKobbiey on 09/10/2013

    It's the first item I buy from DX and it works!! This item perfectly fit into my PCMCIA Cardbus slot of my HP520 Notebook. The original notebook has only 2 ports usb(2.0) then after I install this item, my laptop has up to 4 ports!! I really love it. I live in Thailand which it takes only 2 weeks... Read more

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  • posted bypeelextreme on 05/21/2013

    Full speed USB 2.0, plug and play no drivers disc needed, 23" long power cable, slim design Depends on your computer I've tried this on two computers, an Averatech running XP and a Fujitsu t2010 running Win7. Both are plug and play, no need to shut down. The Averatech worked fine from the I... Read more

    PC Card insertion These are the drivers Windows will use The PC Card itself is sleak

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  • posted byDoctor0710 on 01/10/2013

    Nothing really to tell. Just insert the device in a PCMCIA slot, install the drivers, and you're ready to go. No speed regulations, capable of full USB2.0 speeds. Has a separate hole for 5V, which is nice if you're going to use high power consumption devices with it, such as portable HDDs. no My... Read more

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