PCMCIA slot


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PCMCIA slot

The socket that a PC Card plugged into. See PC Card.
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I now slide memory cards from digital audio recorders and cameras directly into the adapter that lives in the laptop's PCMCIA slot, because the transfer rate usually is faster than USB and I avoid the extra cables.
I like the T30's internal Wi-Fi system because there's no clunky card protruding from the PCMCIA slot. The antenna is built into the ThinkPad's display frame and gives solid coverage.
Presentations can also be given without a computer from images stored in the module, or from a memory card placed in the PCMCIA slot of the module.
This card enables a computing device (laptop, tablet, etc.) with a 3.3 volts direct current (VDC) PCMCIA slot to attach to the Secure Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET).
It works with TCP/IP, DHCP, FTP, SNMP, SMTP, and an RS-232C port, and it contains a PCMCIA slot for wireless networking.
The SWL-2000N PCMCIA WLAN Card is designed for notebook PCs and plugs into the notebook's PCMCIA slot and allows users to take advantage of the notebook computer's portability while providing wireless access to network resources.
The MIA PDC-600 is one of the first Pocket PC devices to integrate a PCMCIA slot, which eliminates the use of an expansion pack making it less expensive and lighter.
Because of the very high data transfer rate that IEEE-1394 requires, this PCMCIA slot must be CardBus enabled.
The Fanuc control features an 8.4" color LCD monitor, high-speed rigid tapping, programmable coolant nozzle, helical interpolation, 640-meters memory, custom macro B, tool graphics and PCMCIA slot for memory expansion and modem.
The modem, provided by national wireless data and Internet service provider GoAmerica (Nasdaq: GOAM), fits into any Type II PCMCIA slot. It appears as a tiny antenna protruding from the side of the PC.
The user inserts the card into the PCMCIA slot in the computer and slips an additional card into the gateway itself1.