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DESKTOP PC PCI TO PCMCIA CARDBUS READER CARD ADAPTER 1.80+2.99 postage @ maplin eBay £4.79
DESKTOP PC PCI TO PCMCIA CARDBUS READER CARD ADAPTER 1.80+2.99 postage @ maplin eBay £4.79

DESKTOP PC PCI TO PCMCIA CARDBUS READER CARD ADAPTER 1.80+2.99 postage @ maplin eBay £4.79

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7 Comments

I can remember when we upgraded from ISA to PCI Still going strong after all these years.

kester76

I can remember when we upgraded from ISA to PCI Still going strong … I can remember when we upgraded from ISA to PCI Still going strong after all these years.


Not sure if a real deal. I've only seen PCMCIA card twice in my life. One of them was a 10meg Ethernet, the other one was Bluetooth. I can't see these separates required in a modern pc

Welcome to 2002.

gnowak84

Not sure if a real deal. I've only seen PCMCIA card twice in my life. One … Not sure if a real deal. I've only seen PCMCIA card twice in my life. One of them was a 10meg Ethernet, the other one was Bluetooth. I can't see these separates required in a modern pc



​A lot of old computers (IDE hard drive emulation) and cameras required compact flash cards. Whilst a lot have migrated to SD or USB this connection still comes in handy to gain access to these devices.

capt_carl

Welcome to 2002.


The Commodore Amiga 1200 had a PCMCIA slot and that was definitely before 2002 You will probably find a lot of factory hardware still uses this type of interface for storing data.

gnowak84

Not sure if a real deal. I've only seen PCMCIA card twice in my life. One … Not sure if a real deal. I've only seen PCMCIA card twice in my life. One of them was a 10meg Ethernet, the other one was Bluetooth. I can't see these separates required in a modern pc



​This is cardbus rather than PCMCIA, though. I have FireWire, WiFi and CF to cardbus adapters. I picked up one of these from Maplin for a bit less in the recent clearout. Handy for a bit of vintage computing but limited OS support.

I used to have an 802.11b PCMCIA card, pretty sure the 802.11g cards I had were cardbus though

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