Sinorum 54mm Laptop Notebook 2 Port USB 3.0 to Express Card

Sinorum 54mm Laptop Notebook 2 Port USB 3.0 to Express Card

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ExpressCard is an interface to allow peripheral devices to be connected to a computer, usually a laptop computer. This USB Express Card aims at providing high-performance and modular expansion to both desktop and laptop by a lower cost and compact design. And this serial port express card for notebook laptop is compliant with standard 54mm port. This laptop 2 port USB express card can support hot swap function! And this laptop 2 port USB 54mm express card can support SB3.0, USB 2.0 and USB 1.1. This laptop express card is full compliance with express card specification 1.0. Meet Xhci (Extensible Host Controller Interface) Specification Revision 0.95.Do not miss this express card! Features: USB 2.0 Transmission Speed: 480Mbps USB 3.0 Transmission Speed: 5Gb Surface: ExpressCard 54mm Chip: NEC UPD720200 Size: 73 x 53 x 5mm / 2.9 x 2.1 x 0.2in (L x W x H) Specifications: Full compliance with ExpressCard specification 1.0 Full-line (or x1) PCI Express throughput with this laptop 2 port USB 3.0 express card ExpressCard/34 module form factor USB Express Card is compliant with Universal Serial Bus 3.0 Specification, Revision 1.0 Meet Xhci (Extensible Host Controller Interface) Specification Revision 0.95 This USB express card supports SB3.0, USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 Extended two external USB3.0 port high-speed system Built-in DC jack to receive extra power supply to meet the USB3.0 5 V/900mA output power level USB express card also supports hot swap function with this laptop 2 port USB 3.0 express card The laptop express card is a great driver which is support for Microsoft Windows WINDOWS2000, XP, Vista and 7 operating system High quality laptop 2 port USB 54mm express card ensures it more durable for long time using Details: Full-line (or x1) PCI express throughput and high speed with this laptop 2 port USB 3.0 express card The laptop express card is a great driver which is support for Microsoft Windows WINDOWS2000, XP, Vista and 7 operating system The back view of this laptop 2 port USB 3.0 express card Built-in DC jack to receive extra power supply to meet the USB3.0 5 V/900mA output power l The accessories of this laptop 2 port USB 3.0 express card, and this card meets Xhci (Extensible Host Controller Interface) Specification Revision 0.95 Size in Detail: How to Use an Express Card? Determine what kind of Express Card you are using. The Express Card slot itself is standardized, and the Express Card website explains that 95% of notebook computers have a built-in slot. However, the Express Cards themselves are not standardized; there are two different types of Express Cards that fit into a standard Express Card slot. If you are using a 54-mm express card, a small part of the card will protrude 22 mm further than the rest of the card. In the case of a 34-mm card, the entire card is a perfect rectangle, with no irregular protrusions Turn on your computer, allow it fully boot up and log in as you normally would Insert the Express Card into your computer. If you are using a 54-mm card, the protruding piece should be on the left-hand side when you insert the card. If the protrusion is on the right, then you are inserting the card upside down. On a 34-mm card, the side with the manufacturer's logo is usually the top. For a 34-mm card, slide the card as far left as you can into the Express Card slot. It may seem like the 34-mm card is too small for the slot, but if you push it to the left, it will lock into place and work just fine. Remember, the Express Card slot is designed to be big enough for both the 54-mm model and the smaller 34-mm model Wait a moment while your computer identifies the new hardware Follow on-screen prompts to install necessary drivers for the Express Card. In most cases, your PC will automatically detect the hardware and install any necessary drivers. However, in rare instances you may need to insert a driver disk into your computer's CD-ROM drive when prompted by the computer. If you did not receive a driver disk upon purchasing your Express Card, then no disk is needed Click on the "Start" menu and select "My Computer" once the card's drivers are done installing. Underneath the "devices with removable storage" heading, you should see an icon labeled "Express Card." Double-click on this icon in order to access your Express Card for saving and storing files. In the case of video, Internet, or audio Express Cards, double-clicking on the icon will alternatively bring up settings for the device. Configure any settings as desired, or simply click "OK" to retain the default settings. The device is now ready to use What Is an Express Card Connection? An express card connection is the successor to the PC card slot on a computer whether it be a desktop or more commonly found on laptops. Express card slots are most commonly used by mobile broadband and TV tuner cards. The slots can also be used for Firewire 800, Serial ATA external hard drives, and various other computer peripheral support Express Card History: The express card slot was developed following the classic PC card slot, or sometimes known as the PCMCIA slot, named after the technological group that originally developed it. The express card slot takes up less room on a computer and boasts higher speeds than previous slots. The original PC Card slot was designed for computer storage expansion, but now serves different purposes. Mostly the express card and PC card slot devices of today are mobile broadband access cards, modems and some external hard drives Function: The most common function for express card slots today is mobile broadband cards. Mobile broadband cards provide Internet access by use of cellular towers and are usually sold by cellular companies on a separate data plan. The next most common use for these slots would be putting TV tuners in express card slots to watch TV on your computer. Third most common use would be as a card slot expansion port (for example, SD and CompactFlash cards) Types: There are two types of express card slots. A universal express card slot is 54mm wide and accepts both 54mm express cards and 34mm card slots. The smaller 34mm non-universal slot can only fit 34mm cards as its size permits. The 54mm slot is also the classic standard size of the older, slower PC card. The only difference is that inside the Express Card 54mm slot, there is a guide near the back of the slot that moves a 34mm card into place, preventing classic PC cards to be used. There are converter cards out on the market to solve this issue Necessity: As of 2010, the use of the Express card slot is not necessary, as many mobile broadband, TV tuner and hard drive companies have switched to USB 2.0 capabilities found on almost every computer and technological device today. Many computer manufacturers today have either dropped the slot entirely or switched to a 34mm Express card slot only Use: If you still have an express card slot device or an older PC slot device you still use, you may want to shop around for a laptop still carrying the express slot or find a express card to USB 2.0 adapter on your next computer purchase. While the slot is useful in some situations, it is not necessary for common use today Package Included: 1 x Laptop Notebook 2 Port USB 3.0 to Express Card 54mm 1 x Power Cable * 1 x CD