Re: Why AP mount don't have a USB port?
First there was PCMCIA 1.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Then there was PCMCIA 2.
Then came CardBus (PCMCIA form factor)
Then came ExpressPCI (1/2 PCMCIA form factor)
Then came MiniPCI internal (tiny circuit board with edge connector)
PCMCIA, CardBus and ExpressPCI are all deader than a boar hog at a Luau.
Modern laptops (with a few rather expensive exceptions) only have Sound
in/out, USB, Ethernet, HDMI and maybe a VGA connector. And the VGA
connector is gonna be gone soon. Next will be the Sound in/out and then the
As Apple would say "why would any reasonable person need more than WiFi,
HDMI and USB?"
Present/future interfaces include cellular data connectivity and digital
Even the venerable keyboard and mouse are on the laptop endangered-list.
Waikoloa, HI 96738
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Subject: [ap-gto] Re: Why AP mount don't have a USB port?
My 2009 Toshiba does. Look carefully. They are covered and don't appear as
an obvious slot
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