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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by docmar, Feb 8, 2007.
has anyone found some really good accessories for their expresscard/34 slot on the macbook pro?
they have memory stick adaptors
they have 802.11n adaptors
they have other stuff, but I dunno what
CF reader http://www.delkin.com/products/adapters/expresscard34/
eSATA : http://www.siig.com/product.asp?catid=130&pid=1100
found this 32Gb memory bank, although it has not been released yet
Can't recommend. Doesn't seem to work, ZERO tech support
Firewire 800 for the early MBP that dont come with a port.
what are you talking about?
We're talking about ExressCard/34...who mentioned FireWire?
He means this:
That would be useful for people who own early MBP's!
I don't know anyone who uses this slot.
It doesn't sound like any of the FW or eSata cards that are out work at all, and it's an expensive way to add a Flash card reader to your laptop.
A FW800 ExpressCard/34 adapter would be useful even to owners of later MBPs if they really wanted maximum speed. That way you'd have two separate FW channels rather than just one. All built-in FW ports on all Macs (so far in history) share a single channel.
You're not aware of the FirmTek SeriTek 2Sm2-E ExpressCard/34 eSATA adapter, are ya?
It's been around for at least a few months.
It has real Mac OS X support.
I bought the Belkin ExpressCard card reader:
It lives permanently in my MBP, and it means I don't have to carry around a separate reader for my camera's SD cards. Just push the SD (or MMC/MemoryStick) card in, and it appears as a drive. It's great, and sits flush with the case.
Well worth $30 IMO.
And I can attest to the fact that it works flawlessly