This 1-Port eSATA ExpressCard/34mm Expansion Card for Laptops works perfectly on my Apple Macbook Pro Unibody Late 2008. It was recognized without a driver installation of anykind! It fits neadly in the ExpressCard slot (doesn't stick out!). None that I have found yet a 500 caharacter review is kinda ... Read more
Seems to be working ok now. Get around 70MB/s transfers. Plugs and plays. Slots fine into a 54mm expresscard slot. Was getting around 10-15MB/s when I first plugged it in. I used the standard windows drivers and it wasn't happy. Since the CD supplied is a mini one and I have a lot load drive, I couldn'... Read more
It is plug and play for Ubuntu (actually any Linux distribution should work). I did not need the CD. I get consistently over 70MB/s for my external disk while connecting to USB2.0 would achieve up to 25MB/s (variable, depends on CPU load and size of files).
lspci reports: sudo lspci -vvv -nn -s 14:00... Read more
* Very cheap compared to other alternatives in our local internet computer shops (30% of prize of cheapest)[CZ]. * It works like a charm with my netbook Asus N10J. With Windows 7 (32bit) no driver CD is needed, just launch Search for new devices in the Hardware Manager. * Advantage of using eSATA instead ... Read more
It is flush with the laptop so it looks nice. I connected a SATA laptop drive and I managed to transfer a large file at 60mb/s (according to vista's speed meter) Did not need drivers for Vista 32 or Win7 64bit. Driver disk is unreadable. A bit thick so it is hard to insert and pull out without a esata ... Read more
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