|Item model number||SD-EXP15005|
|Operating System||Mac OS 10.4.x, DOS, Windows 2000/XP 32/64-bit/Server 2003 32/64-bit/Vista 32/64-bit|
|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.2 x 1.2 x 6.8 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||7.2 x 1.2 x 6.75 inches|
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Syba SD-EXP15005 1x Serial RS232 Port Express Card with MCS9901 Chipset
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- Complies with PCI-Express Specification Rev 1.0a with data transfer rate up to 2.5Gbps
- Complies to Expresscard/34 standard running on PCI-e interface
- Supports Plug and Play and hot plug feature
- On chip 256-byte FIFO in transmit and receive path of each port
- Support hardware and software flow control
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Once inserted the card was instantly recognized in Windows 7 x64 and drivers automatically loaded. I never touched the disc that came with the card, but never do for any PC hardware. Just get the latest drivers from the manufacture's website or in this case let Windows 7 handle it automatically.
The card connected as a 1Gbps connection to my Gigabit network (Trendnet 16-port switch). In the adapter properties it shows Jumbo Frame support up to 9K MTU in 1K increments. I did a file copy of a ~8GB file and the 5,400 rpm laptop HDD maintained about 65 MB/s which is what I was expecting since the HDD transfer speed is the bottleneck. I also ejected the card and reinserted it a couple times, without rebooting, and it reconnected with no problems.
So far everything works great and it performs better than expected. I was concerned that the ExpressCard port speed would be a bottleneck, but that wasn't the case with my (wife's) laptop. If I had to find a negative it would be that the card could be about 5mm shorter so that the bulging part of the card would be flush with the side of the laptop. In my case there is a gap between the side and where the bulge begins. However, I assume the distance needed varies depending on the laptop so I'm not going to knock it down a star.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This NIC worked great when I wanted to transfer some huge video files to and from my laptop through my home network. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Joe B
I tried to access an old Windows XP program on a later model laptop. No success. Finally tried an express card which didn't work too. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Joseph F. Tripp
This is one of the best Express Card 34mm Ethernet adapters for all laptop computers running from Windows 7 to Noell OS, from Mac to Microsoft server. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Fritz
The drivers installed easy and the card worked right away without having to restart. I have an old Lenovo 3000 V200 with WIn XP and an express 5/4 slot so I had to buy the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Seagirl
Using it for Allen Bradley communications to 1200plc. Works flawless. Much faster and more stable than the Allen Bradley USB to serial Adaptor!Published 4 months ago by Charles B.