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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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The 2016 MacBook Pro features the same all aluminium unibody design with slimmer profiler, but skips on a full size USB port, MagSafe and SD card slot.
The device is designed to look exactly like a legitimate card slot and can thus be very difficult to spot.
One of the benefits of the JetDrive Lite is that it is a low-profile design, meaning that unlike putting memory cards into the MacBook's SD card slot, it won't stick out, so users do'nt need to worry about it getting knocked loose or damaged when they bring their laptop around with them.
Sony said the F3 features a single card slot that can accept a wide range of Memory Stick, SD and MMC media formats, including higher-capacity SDXC cards or high-speed UHS-I SD cards.
If there are attachments to the card slot or key pad do not use it.
The Audio player uses SD memory card slot instead of the HDD resulting in a compact, light and stable sound.
Panasonic is enabling consumers to use its micro audio systems as a means for digital audio music transfer with the launch of its first system with a memory card or SD card slot.
But there was no way to send digital files of any kind through the cafe's workstations: no USB port, no PC Card slot, no solid-state card reader, and no telephone "dataport" for my laptop.
The expansion card slot will also accept Secure Digital input/output (SDIO) devices in addition to memory cards.
Following on the success of the MoGo Mouse BT(TM) the business-card-sized mouse that stores and charges inside your laptop computer's PC Card slot, Newton Peripherals has started shipping the MoGo Presenter Mouse PC specifically for users whose laptops are equipped with PC/PCMCIA card slots.
The MOBE-600 has been highly popular as the industry's only product of its kind employing light-emitting diodes (LED) for card slot line-illumination.