Sprint Novatel EX720 EV-DO ExpressCard Now Comes With PC Card Adapter

While we USB is our interface of choice for 3G laptop cards, 'cause it'll work on anything and we switch laptops a lot, some people might still wanna leave a USB port free and fill up a standard PCMCIA slot instead. So Novatel's EX720 Rev-A ExpressCard for Sprint, one of the first Rev. A ExpressCards, has been… »10/18/08 3:15pm10/18/08 3:15pm

Sunrich Technology 32GB ExpressCard SSD Has Our Eyebrow Raised

Unlike yesterday's unquestionably, uh, questionable 64GB and 128GB USB Micro Vaults, this solid-state disk is as real as the subject of any press release. We've played with them before, but this one's promising 32GB, a massive drive that slides right into that mostly unused little ExpressCard 34 slot on your newish… »12/28/07 3:42pm12/28/07 3:42pm

Delkin Devices Intros Two ExpressCard Flash Memory Readers

With PMA 2007 starting tomorrow, in the middle of all those DSLRs and such are companies dying to help you deal with all that digital data spewing out of those cameras. Case in point is Delkin Devices, which just rolled out the eFilm ExpressCard 34 6-in-1 one adapter (pictured at left) and the eFilm ExpressCard 54… »3/07/07 9:21am3/07/07 9:21am

D-Link Brings 802.11n Speeds to Your ExpressCard Slot

Here's one more device you can slide inside your notebook's ExpressCard slot. D-Link's DWL-643 Xtreme N adapter supercharges your throughput by hitting speeds that max out at 300Mbps when connected to an Xtreme N router. The card was designed to automatically detect and connect to any of D-Link's wireless products… »12/29/06 10:15am12/29/06 10:15am