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    or depending upon your travelling laptop uses, you can still buy perfectly serviceable used laptops with expresscard, firewire, even PCMCIA, for under half the P2 card reader's cost. Maybe not great for video editing, but as a simple network and data mule, it's very cost-effective.


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    Hi
    Sort of knew this... these are all quite more expensive than present expresscard types, which aren't fit for most new laptops...


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    Yes I have just this type reliable dual core laptop, which is just too big to carry in aeroplane as hand baggage... was looing for something smaller PC for on the road work... this so called development really pisses me off. The question is: why not Pana can't use ubs instead of fire to stream or download data....


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    The AJ-PCD2GPJ single-slot card reader sells for $329 online, that's pretty reasonable. Certainly more expensive than an ExpressCard adapter, but not prohibitively more expensive.


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