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MacBook Pro - What do most of you use your expresscard slots for?


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I've seen cards that have firewire 800, memory card slots...

Is there anything else that could be potentially useful for 15.4" MBP user?

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To tell you the truth, I haven't used the express card slot before.
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UMTS/EDGE/EVDO cards...

That's the most common use for them over here in germany. People who frequently travel a lot or business users like to have constant internet access...
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I don't even know what it's for...?
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That would be nice if Sprint and Verizon released EVDO expresscards that supported Mac. I've seen SATA adapters and FW800 adapters so far.
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i have not used my express card slot.

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So there are memory cards that can be inserted into it? Where?
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What else can we use it for?
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