card slot


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card slot

[′kärd ‚slät]
(electronics)
A groove where a printed circuit board fits into a card cage or backplane.

card slot

A socket for inserting a printed circuit board or a PC Card (CardBus card). See PC Card.
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Reportedly, the shooter will comes with a dual- card slot (XQD and micro SD).
Expandable and customizable with 1 PCI Express Mini Card slot and 1 SIM card slot.
The absence of the SD card slot on the new MacBook Pro has been a hot topic recently.
It is essentially a false card reader that fraudsters insert into an ATM or place on top of genuine card slots. The device is designed to look exactly like a legitimate card slot and can thus be very difficult to spot.
* Another possible sign is if the card slot is loose, if there is a noticeable gap around the edge of the card reader or if the card slot sticks out further than other parts of the machine.
You can add to the 32GB of memory using the SD card slot, and the Atom Core 4 processor and 2GB RAM keeps things running smoothly.
The model has been introduced in two variants, HC-MDH2 with two SD card slots priced at Rs.79, 990 and the HC-MDH2M priced at Rs.84, 990 with 32GB in-built memory and an extra card slot.
Missing LED lights above the card slot machine can also be a giveaway - if the ATM you're using usually has them.
The low end model named Keon will feature a Qualcomm S1 1GHz processor, 3.5 inch HVGA display, 3MP camera and a MicroSD card slot while the higher end Peak will own Qualcomm S4 1.2GHz processor alongside a 4.3 inch qHD display, 8MP rear camera, 2MP front camera and a Micro SD card slot.
The SD card slot accepts up to a 16GB card, and the 4-digit security code system helps deter theft.
* A range of connectivity options, including certification to 2G/3G cellular, dual-stream 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.15.4, dual HDMI, audio, USB 2.0, internal MicroSD card slot, up to 4 internal PCI Express Mini Card slots, and an integrated, low-powEr 3-axis accelerometer.