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Old July 8th, 2004, 05:45 PM
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External PCMCIA card reader/writer for EDGE card use

Hi, does anyone know of an external PCMCIA card reader/writer that meets the specifications below:

  • can read/write
  • supports 3.3V/5V 16-bit PCMCIA cards
  • type II PC card slot
  • can read/write to a wireless LAN card or a modem card or an Ethernet LAN card
  • works with Windows OSís

My whole objective is to be able to use my Sony Ericsson GC82 EDGE PC card on my desktop computer (Iím looking for an external drive solution).

Even if your device does or does not meet all these specifications or you are not sure if it does, still respond to me with the drive that you think may meet my objective.

Much appreciated.

NOTE: P.S. Iíve done a tonne of Google searches already but there only seems to be internal drives but not external drives that allow the use of PCMCIA Wireless LAN cards.
Old July 8th, 2004, 06:19 PM
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