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PC card


n.
a small, removable, externally accessible circuit board housing a device, as a modem or disk drive, and conforming to the PCMCIA standard: used esp. for laptop computers.
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Powerfully simple, the Compaq Presario X6000 series Notebook PC includes a 6-in-1 media card reader, built-in JBL Pro Speakers and two PC-card slots, including the latest ExpressCard.
PC users have only to insert it into a PC-card slot and install software.
The Compaq has 256MB memory, a 30GB user-removable hard drive, integrated wireless LAN, 56K modem, PC-card and Compact Flash slots, and programmable Command Control buttons (three side and three pen-activated buttons).
Using a disk that can be read in any tray-loaded drive also obviates the need for external cables, interface ports, camera cradles, diskette or PC-Card adapters for flash-memory cards, and even image-retrieval software.
To synchronize files, just slip the REX into your computer's PC-card slot.