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    Default Express card 54 question.

    My friend has a laptop and needs to get SD connectivity to be able to download into his computer. He has an HP 6565B laptop with an express card 54 slot. Is there an express card that has an SD adapter built in? Is the express card slot faster than usb 2.0? If not, I guess a usb 2.0 external card reader would be fine. Unless someone has a better idea. Thanks.
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    Default Re: Express card 54 question.

    Express Cards connect through the PCIe Bus and are capable of ~200 MB/s. USB 2.0 has a theoretical limit of 60 MB/s.

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