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I/O CREST SY-EXP20055 USB3.0 + USB2.0 Express Card
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Fully compliant with Express Card specification 1. Compliant with USB 3.0 specification revision 1.0. Supports simultaneous operatuin of multiple USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 devices. Supports USB data transfer rate of 1.5/12/480/5000 Mbps. Expands one external USB 3.0 super-speed port and one USB 2.0 port. Built-in DC Jack connector for receiving extra power to meet USB 3.0 +5v/900mA power output standard. Hot-swapping feature allows you to connect/disconnect devices without. Powering down the system. Support Windows 98SE/ME/2000, XP 32/64 Bit, Server 2003 32/64 Bit, Vista 32/64/Bit, Server 2008 32/64 Bit, Windows 7 32/64 Bit
Top customer reviews
This cardbus-based adapter worked without any trouble at all. Well worth the 25 bucks.
The adapter is supposed to also support Linux, but I didn't have an opportunity or need to test that.
My laptop is running Fedora 16 (Kernel 3.2). While the description indicates this is supported in Linux, the support appears to be very limited. Only 2.4 or 2.6 kernels are supported. The drivers included on the cd were also not usable. The make file included references init which hasn't been used for a couple of versions (current version use systemd). From the readme file, it state that the drivers are tested with Red Hat 9.0 and Fedora 2-7.
Will need to look elsewhere if you are running any recent version of Linux.
That's why I need a reliable serial express card.
Windows 7 X86 update automatically installed the drivers.
Compared with StarTech EC2S952, it's half price and much more convinient to using.
This express card is Com1 and Com2 when inserted, but the StarTech is Com3 and Com4.
The Mitsubishi Electric approved card is StarTech, but I returned it amazon.com