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Transcend PCMCIA Ata Adapter for Cf 2 Card (2 Pack)

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  • Converts 50-pin CompactFlash Card to 68-pin PCMCIA
  • Fully compatible with Type I CompactFlash Cards
  • Fast read and write to a CompactFlash Card via any PC Card slot

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Customer Reviews

Works Great In My Honda Civic PC Card ReaderI'm using this PCMCIA card adapter in my 2007 Honda Civic stereo system that has a PC card slot. I also am using this with Lexar 1GB and 4GB Compact flash cards and it works flawlessly. I am so glad that I can now listen to some great tunes without plugging my iPhone into the auxiliary cable.52008 Honda CRVI recently purchased a 2008 Honda CRV. The sound system has a slot for a PCMCIA adapter so you can add music to your system via a CompactFlash Memory Card. I had never even heard of all that before. Now it appears as though that PCMCIA technology is somewhat outdated. That being said, I could not find a PCMCIA adapter in any stores I went to. I read numerous online forums and heard that a Transcend adapter with a CompactFlash Memory card would work.I purchased the Transcend PCMCIA ATA Adapter For CF Card along with a Transcend 4GB 133x CompactFlash Memory Card and everything worked fine. If your reading this perhaps you are also looking for a PCMCIA adapter for a Honda. My only advise would be to be careful on how big of a memory card you get. 4GB works fine on my system however it a is a little (roughly 5 seconds)slower starting up (Navigation & Sound) when I turn on my vehicle. Once it's loaded I don't see any negative changes and everything works fine. You can find 32GB CompactFlash cards at any electronics store or online. I would assume that putting this much data into your Honda's system would significantly slow it down if not crash it. This is just my opinion and I have not tested that theory.I hope this helps. Overall the product worked as described and I did not have any problems using it with my Windows based computer or Honda vehicle. My only other advise for Honda owners is that if you plan on putting music on a CompactFlash card and then using the adapter in your vehicle make sure your computer has a slot for the PCMCIA adaptor, or slot for the CompactFlash Card, or an external memory card reader with a CompactFlash slot. (Quite a few steps to put my music in my CRV but well worth it in the end).5Works great even with an ancient Macintosh.I bought this for use with an Apple Powerbook 190cs running Mac OS 7.5.5. Yes, the one from 1995. It works perfectly. Great for moving files between modern computers and this old thing (with help from a USB CF card adapter).Good things to know if you want to use it similarly:- Before putting it into the Powerbook, turn off PC Exchange.- If you're using a modern PC (as opposed to a computer running Mac OS X), use a program called MacDrive to read the HFS file system.5Works great in a 2010 Honda CR-VMy "new" 2010 Honda CR-V was pretty modern gadget-wise when built, with Bluetooth for phones, voice commands, a USB connection, and ... a slot for a PCMCIA card, the kind that was in widespread use on a previous generation of laptops. So, as a gadget junkie, this is just what I need to make use of that slot, and, along with an 8 gb CF card, it works perfectly.There are adapters out there that accept a variety of memory cards, but I saw no reason to spend the extra cash when I've got only one specific use for this thing.5Works great in my 2007 Honda Civic HybridI was a bit perplexed when I first tried to find a "PC Card" to use in my 2007 Honda Civic Hybrid. The owner's manual mentioned that Compact Flash cards work well, so I went to Staples and bought a SanDisk Compact Flash card for around $50. When I took it to the car, it was clearly too small to fit in the "PC Card" slot. I then asked people at Staples, Best Buy, Radio Shack if they had any PC Cards, they all looked at me like I was crazy. So, I was quite pleased to find this product and some of the other reviews listed. I bought this adapter along with a 8 GB Trancend Compact Flash Card.Here's how I am using the card. I went into iTunes and created around 13 different Genius lists, each containing 100 songs. I then right-clicked on a genius list and selected the "Burn playlist to disc" option. I then selected the "Data CD or DVD" option. I burned one list to each disc (I used a DVD, but I think a CD might be big enough for one list). I then put the Compact Flash card into the appropriate media reader in my computer and created a folder with the same name as the name given to the genius list. I then copied the songs from the just-burned DVD onto the Compact Flash card into the folder. I did this for 13 separate genius lists since that seemed to just about fill up all 8 GB on the Compact Flash card. I then put the Compact Flash card into the adapter and loaded it into the PC Card slot in the Civic. The music started right up, all the folders show up as expected, and the track listing display as expected. Now I'm ready for a long road trip!5Works perfectly in Fantom X-6!Works and fits perfectly. Used the Roland 2GB compactFlash card for the Fantom X-6 synth to plug into this. No hassle, no physical issues and the CompactFlash 2GB card was readily recognized in the synth LCD. Recommend this seller and this combination. Thank you!5Good quality.Didn t work for my intended application, which is very specific, but seems to be a quality product.5A touch slow, but it works well.It works well for my Pocket PC running Windows CE 1.0 with a small enough memory card, which was my primary reason for buying it. It also works great for my PowerBook G3 running Mac OS X 10.4.11 for carrying a few gigabytes of extra storage around with me. It's kinda slow, but that's because it's a 16-bit card instead of full-on Cardbus. Although it's slow, it's hard to argue with the convenience of not having to stick a CF card reader in my laptop bag if I take my old digital camera out with me.4Works great on the 07 Honda CRV!!I bought this for the 07 Honda CRV with navigation. The CRV has a 3.5mm jack aux input but it doesn't have a usb input for audio, so while looking around I found a PC card slot port. After buying other brands and failing I bought this. Works perfectly! Best possible way to have clear digital audio in a '07 CRV with navigation' without doing any big hardware modifications.I bought this with the http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001NS0OZ4/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_31andhttp://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000W05O5O/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_32I could have probably just got the 4GB CF Memory card because according to the user manual of the 07 CRV "The card limit of the player is 255 folders and 999 tracks. If the card has a complex structure, it takes some time for the system to begin playing it."5It can make a CF-I card readable in an XP machine, even if that CF-I adapter is populated with two 64Gb SDXC micro chips.Don't forget it's a slow 16-bit piece of hardware but it works, it's flush mount to the PCMCIA slot and it's very affordable. It can make a CF-I card readable in an XP machine, even if that CF-I adapter is populated with two 64Gb SDXC micro chips.An SSD is stable, solid state memory. An SSD Harddrive is just a solid state memory harddrive. But if you have a spare SD port or PCMCIA slot in your computer, I wondered; could you install something LIKE an SSD at least for backup?My Panasonic Toughbook CF-30 Runs Windows XP Service Pack 3 and has an SD card reader. So I put an SDHC 32gb in that reader and got a place to back up some files. But would it read a the higher-capacity 64GB SDXC - higher capacity card? No. Not in the SD reader.I downloaded the KBxxxxx Windows XP update for exFat patch so the OS would at LEAST "see" and know exFat formatting but the Toughbook CF-30 hardware wasn't up to the task. Windows could SEE it was exFat filing, but could not format it at the full 64gb. (Just 29gb)But, I *also* had two PCMCIA cardbus slots in the machine. One half-height and the other full.I put an SD card reader in the half height slot. Sandisk ExpressCard Model SDAD-109 - Now with THAT cardbus in a PCMCIA slot the machine could read and write the SDXC 64Gb. But the lid of the compartment would not close.So I did more research - and I found the full width PCMCIA adapter Komputer Bay's "Extreme CF Adapter" that takes 2 micro SDXC cards and puts them together in a CF-I (compact-flash) card.Seemed like a problem that CF-I is 16 bit. Gonna be slow. But if I could get my two Samsung-EVO-64Gb-SDXC-Micro-SD cards to show up AT ALL, I could stand it. I'd be getting 128Gb extra storage for files, if I didn't mind letting it run overnight.I took the two Samsung EVO 64Gb MiniSDXC chips and put them into the CF-I adapter. They snap in and out on a spring like all good memory card slots.To get the 128Gb-bloated CF card into my machine, I had to interface it with a PCMCIA cardbus slot. So I got Transcend's CompactFlash Adapter TS0MCF2PC - no need to try and get 32-bit because the CF-I was already the 16-bit bottle neck.I did look for a 32-bit CF adapter but there was only one from Lexar, and it was used. I could not tell if it would accommodate a CF II anyway. On top of that there isn't another 2 chip CF-II adapter at the moment anyway. Just CF-I.So I went with a Komputer Bay Extreme SDXC Adapter CF-I that said it could take 2 64Gb SDXC minis - and put that into this Transcend CF-I to PCMCIA Adapter. And put THAT into the PCMCIA slot of my computer.I thought it would show up as two mini SD cards at 64Gb each - but it showed up as one big 117 Gb drive. It was instantly recognized by updated Windows XP as exFat, and it exFat formated as one piece. The two minis inside the CF-I got RAIDed together.So, the outcome is I have 128Gb (117Gb Actual) CF Card in a PCMCIA slot representing 128Gb of additional storage bottle necked to 16 bit speeds, but, it's still memory. And it's still stable backup material if I can afford to wait.The two disks which were formated together - - do not individually have useful information on them. They're only useable together in the CF RAID array. This only means that if there's a hardware failure within the CF adapter, my data is not intact across the two SDXC's inside and so would be lost.I can move 4Gb per hour from an SDHC in the machine's native reader, to the PCMCIA-CF Adapted SDXC-64's.4
Transcend PCMCIA Ata Adapter for Cf 2 Card (2 Pack)

Transcend PCMCIA Ata Adapter for Cf 2 Card (2 Pack)

4.6
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Regular price
Dhs. 232.00
Sale price
Dhs. 232.00
Regular price
Dhs. 386.00
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Save 40% (Dhs. 154.00)