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SanDisk SDAD-38-A10 CF to PC Card Adapter
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- Read/Write to any CF Card
- Works like a removable hard drive on any computer or notebook with a PC Card slot
- Rugged and reliable with a protective stainless steel cover
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 6.7 x 1.1 in||3.37 x 2.13 x 0.13 in||5 x 7 x 0.57 in||0.1 x 1.75 x 1.25 in|
|Item Weight||2.4 ounces||0.68 lb||3.04 ounces||0.32 ounces|
CompactFlash PC Card Adapter for Notebook Computers equipped w/PC Card slot
From the Manufacturer
The PC Card Adapter turns any CompactFlash card into a PC Card. Simply insert the card into the adapter and it becomes a "plug and play" memory card compatible with any device with a PC Card slot. It works like a removable hard drive on any computer or notebook with a PC Card slot and incorporates a protective stainless steel cover for ruggedness and flexibility.
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Then I got this adapter and a 1 GB Sandisk CF card (regular type), popped it into the slot, and it started playing. Sounds fantastic. Better than radio or the CD player. Next up, I'll try a 2GB card (I had heard various versions of whether this adapter works with 2GB cards, and whether the Honda reader will accept them--Honda says yes, they've tested up to 2GB, but they also said SD was fine).
Works great, reads fast (I have the Sandisk 12-in-1 USB reader at home, and that's great too), and plays perfectly in my Honda.
Update: 2GB card works great in the 2008 Civic Hybrid
I give this product only 3 stars because of 2 obvious flaws. The CF card cannot be ejected without ejecting the entire reader card. This is a design flaw, but probably of minor inconvenience. Secondly, the transfer rate is slow, which is odd for a device that fits into a PCMCIA slot. I timed it at 6-7 seconds per approximately 5.5 MB RAW file, significantly slower than an external USB 2.0 card reader. This is not a big issue for transferring a few photos but for a full 2 GB or higher card, you can do the math.
I use a universal card reader that came with my digital camera to load mp3s onto the CF card shown in the link.
It works great. The touch screen on the car's dashboard allows us to browse folders and sub-folders. The card holds thousands of songs. We have lots of our favorite music in the dashboard of the car now.
Otherwise it works fine, and since I have a Kangeru CD writer with a card slot, I use a 1 GB card to dump backup stuff to until I get enough to fill a CD, then stuff the card in the CD writer and go on working while it makes CDs, which actually is a lot less hassle than getting my cranky laptop CD to make CDs.
Since I have two adapter slots and a bunch of flash cards for my camera, I'm getting a second one of these adaptors, and I'll just keep my backup card & adapter together as a unit. One less swap operation.
One caution for those who've never used removable media such as a ZIP drive:
Like the ZIP drive, when you delete something from a "card Drive" (the card acts like a disk drive) IT IS HISTORY! IT DOES NOT GO TO THE RECYCLE BIN, even if you drag it from the card to the bin. So watch your "delete" operations!
So, I rarely use this anymore. It's handy if I have to get just one or two photos off a card, but for full backups, I use Sandisk's USB CF reader. I can't speak for the multi-card readers they make, but the old CF reader is the way to go if you're looking for the best performance.