PC Card is a parallel peripheral interface for laptop computers and PDAs. The Personal Computer Memory Card International Association (PCMCIA) originally introduced the 16-bit ISA-based PCMCIA Card in 1990, but renamed it to PC Card in March 1995 to avoid confusion with the name of the organization. PC Cards (originally referred to as PCMCIA cards) provide a wide range of options for portable computers with PC Card slots. Most portable computers have at least one Type II PC Card slot, as seen in Figure 12.5. Many have two. Figure 12.5. A typical notebook with a Type II PC Card partly installed (top) and completely installed (bottom). The card could be inserted into a PCMCIA slot on the side of a laptop, providing additional memory or connectivity. There were three versions of the PCMCIA card standard: Type I - 3.3 mm thick - used for memory expansion. Type II - 5.0 mm thick - most common; used for NICs (Ethernet cards), modems, and sound cards. PCMCIA technology allows the insertion of personal computer (PC) cards into the PCMCIA slot of a computer. These cards provide additional functionality such as memory expansion, network connectivity, and modem capabilities. PCMCIA cards are hardware interfaces that are slightly bigger than a standard credit card and enable additional functionality for laptop computers and portable devices. If you're familiar with expansion cards in desktop computers, you can think of a PCMCIA card as an expansion card for a laptop. 07/08/10 - 19:50 #1 A few months ago I was fortunate enough to get a lovely 42" LG in the sales. Its a great telly no doubt but I have always been quite puzzled by the inclusion of a PCMCIA card... First, you need to insert the card into the PCMCIA slot on your device. You should hear a clicking sound once the card has been inserted correctly. After inserting the card, check that your device recognizes it. On Windows devices, this will typically require opening “Device Manager” and looking for any unrecognized hardware. Since ExpressCard and PCMCIA are designed on the same architecture, this adapter will allow your ExpressCard slot to accurately mimic a PCMCIA slot, allowing you to use virtually any PCMCIA card successfully. These cards include (but not exclusively): 32-Bit CardBus PC Cards. 16-Bit PCMCIA cards. Wide Area Network cellular cards. Banyak sekali pengguna komputer yang tidak mengetahui mengenai PCMCIA atau PC Card atau Cardbus ini, padahal kemungkinan besar perangkat mereka memiliki port PCMCIA ini. Laptop generasi sebelum tahun 2010 misalnya, biasanya dilengkapi dengan port untuk slot PCMCIA. Pengguna komputer atau laptop menyadari adanya port tersebut, namun tidak tau apa dan untuk apa port tersebut disediakan. PCMCIA refers to the association and standards body. A PC card slot is an expansion slot often found in notebook computers that allows for the easy and quick addition of a host of different devices. Originally designed for adding memory to portable computer systems, the PC card standard has been updated several times since its original creation. D-LINK DFE-650TKD /10/100 Mbps PCMCIA Adaptor. Rp80.000. Jakarta Selatan kaset_fisik. pcmcia express gblan card 34mm 1 port. Rp175.000. Cashback 3,5rb. Jakarta Pusat bursa komputer. Sandisk Adapter Memory Compact Flash to PCMCIA Adapter Memory CF Card. Rp220.000. Digigear 16bit / 32 bit CardBus PCMCIA PC Card to 34 mm ExpressCard Adapter/Reader/Writer (For WIN VISTA 7, NOT for Mac or Win XP) Support Panasonic P2 /3G/ATA/aircard/wireless LAN/modem cards. works with both 32-bit and 16-bit cards but is limited to Windows and will work in my situation. History of PCMCIA Card. In November 1990, the Personal Computer Memory Card International Association released the PCMCIA 1.0 card standard, which was soon adopted by more than 80 manufacturers. It complies with the Japanese JEIDA memory card 4.0 standard. In October 1992, SanDisk (known as “SunDisk” at that time) introduced its PCMCIA card.