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Old 01-16-2008, 07:15 AM   #1
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For those people that may want to use say their Novatel EX720, Novatel V640/V740, Kyocera KPC680, ect. ExpressCard format aircards with say their desktop (that has USB 2.0) that does not have an ExpressCard slot do know that there is a USB to ExpressCard USB Adapter that works just fine. The USB to ExpressCard Adapter can be had for as little as say $10.00. SOooo, you can easily move your Express Card aircard from your laptop to desktop machine that only has USB 2.0.
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For those people that may want to use say their Novatel EX720, Novatel V640/V740, Kyocera KPC680, ect. ExpressCard format aircards with say their desktop (that has USB 2.0) that does not have an ExpressCard slot do know that there is a USB to ExpressCard USB Adapter that works just fine. The USB to ExpressCard Adapter can be had for as little as say $10.00. SOooo, you can easily move your Express Card aircard from your laptop to desktop machine that only has USB 2.0.
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