ExpressCard

  • Buffalo announces world's first USB 3.0 ExpressCard adapter

    Buffalo announces world's first USB 3.0 ExpressCard adapter

    USB 3.0 is slowly advancing, and Japan-based computer accessory maker Buffalo emerges as the leading company in its space. After having announced the world's first USB 3.0-powered Blu-ray burner just last month, they today unveiled the first ExpressCard adapter [JP] that's based on USB 3.0. The IFC-EC2U3/UC works with Windows 7 and Vista (32bit and 34 bit). It's also compatible to XP… Read More

  • OCZ finds a use for your ExpressCard slot

    OCZ finds a use for your ExpressCard slot

    OCZ has announced the Slate Series ExpressCard storage solution to be sold in the sizes of 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB. These are for notebooks featuring an ExpressCard slot, but they also feature a mini-USB port for an additional connection (a mini USB cable is included). The ExpressCard is designed for the notebook user who likes the idea of always having backup without carrying a USB drive or an… Read More

  • QuickerTek releases high-powered Wi-Fi ExpressCard

    QuickerTek releases high-powered Wi-Fi ExpressCard

    The QuickerTech ExpressCard is a 802.11n/g ExpressCard with the honkingest antenna in all the land. It works with most MacBook Pros – they tell you to basically remove your Apple AirPort card, which is a tall order, but whatevs – and costs $199. I’m a big fan of external Wi-Fi devices. I’ve used the HawkingTech USB Wi-Fi card for years and adding a massive antenna to OS… Read More

  • Making the most of your laptop's ExpressCard slot

    Making the most of your laptop's ExpressCard slot

    I’ve had my MacBook Pro for more than two years now, and I’ve never used the ExpressCard slot. Now that I think about it, that was pretty stupid, because I was makeshifting all kinds of ways to get stuff off of SD cards, ways to speedily backup my mp3s and so on, when I could be using cheap, efficient little plugs made exactly for those purposes. This excellent little article goes over… Read More

  • AVerMedia Announces Hybrid TV Tuner Expresscard

    AVerMedia Announces Hybrid TV Tuner Expresscard

    AVerMedia has released a Hybrid TV tuner ExpressCard that relays HD and analog content to your laptop. The AVerMedia AVerTV Hybrid Expresscard (could it get any longer?) allows you to watch OTA, coax Analog or OTA HD (1080i) TV on your laptop. Doesn’t that sound exhilarating? The only downside, for me, is that it’s certified for Windows XP and Vista, but no Mac support. This can all be… Read More

  • Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Extreme Audio Notebook

    Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Extreme Audio Notebook

    Aside from having one of the longest product names I’ve seen in weeks, this new Creative card looks like a pretty useful little utility for your laptop. If you want some seriously good sound to come from your notebook, better slap this ExpressCard in it. It offers Creative’s X-Fi Crystallizer, which offers stunningly detailed sound that truly lives up beyond the hype of a name. Read More

  • AT&T Launches ExpressCard, USB AirCard, Road Warriors Tickled Pink

    AT&T/Cingular customers received a bundle of good news this morning with the introduction of the Option GT Max 3.6 Express and the much anticipated Sierra Wireless 875U USB AirCard for the 3G network. So, road warriors on the orange thingy network with empty ExpressCard slots can now do their business anywhere. AT&T currently offers no Mac support for the GT Max 3.6 or 875U, but both… Read More

  • Novatel V740 Rev A ExpressCard Brings The Speed (For A Price)

    Novatel V740 Rev A ExpressCard Brings The Speed (For A Price)

    Due out of the end of March is the Novatel V740 Revision A ExpressCard for Verizon. Aside from having an extremely long product name, this card will give you some fantastic speeds whether you use OS X or Windows. However, this card isn’t as cheap as we’d like it to be. You can nab it online for $110 with a 2-year contract from 3Gstore.com and word on the street is that Verizon may be… Read More

  • GlobeTrotter HSDPA 7.2Mbps Express Card

    GlobeTrotter HSDPA 7.2Mbps Express Card

    Ah I love it when stories compliment each other. Like this GlobeTrotter HSDPA card and the Cingular upping its HSDPA capabilities to 7.2Mbps. It’s a thing of beauty really. The GlobeTrotter ExpressCard supports 7.2Mbps HSDPA lovage. It also supports UMTS, EDGA and GPRS for those hard-to-reach places. Additionally, and here’s the cool part, it’s said to be Macbook Pro compatible. Read More

  • Sonnet Tempo SATA ExpressCard Fills Your Slot Fast And Easy

    If you’ve got a new notebook with an ExpressCard 54 or 34 slot and you’ve been looking to stick something in it, check out Sonnet Technologies’ Tempo SATA Express 34 card that gives you two external, 3Gb/s SATA II ports. Why would you want that? Well, next generation external hard drives will support SATA, plus this card can handle up to 10 disk drives (when using port multiplier… Read More

 
  • Verizon V640 EVDO ExpressCard Reviewed

    Verizon V640 EVDO ExpressCard Reviewed

    If you have an ExpressCard port in your laptop rather than the good old workhorse PC Card, you might be wondering if all the various hardware makers are going wake up and create cards for your early-adopting self. Now some have jumped into the fray, including Verizon Wireless, providing a Novatel V-640 ExpressCard for its EVDO connectivity, and the GearLive crew tested one for our reading… Read More