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Adaptare 48002 Adapter Board-CF Memory Card to 2 x 6.4 CM (2.5 Inches)/IDE 44–Pin Male

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  • IDE Adapter to connect two Card CompactFlash Type I and II) to a 2.5-inch-Controller with 44-pin interface
  • 44-Pin Male - 2.5-inch IDE Interface
  • 2 x 50-Pin male connection for compact flash memory card
  • With Master-Slave Jumper-UDMA-capable bis / UDMA 133
  • The easiest way to breathe new life into an older IDE LAPTOP with a self-assembly-SSD now
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Item Weight59 g
Package Dimensions12.6 x 9.8 x 1.6 cm
Item model number48002
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Best Sellers Rank 593,310 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight59 g
Date First Available18 Dec. 2009
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- IDE Adapter for connecting two Compact Flash Cards (Type I and II) to a 2.5 inch 44–pin interface

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I don't think so.It certainly isn't fast and won't replace a hard drive.
I wanted to find a cheap alternative to solid state hard drives.
Although the compact memory cards I used in the adaptor were fast,the board itself is slow,
and only one card was accessible at a time,not two together.
Other than as an alternative to a HDD,what other use is it ?
Er..,none,as far as I can see.
It wasn't expensive so no big deal.I just use my CF card in a USB adaptor instead.
I have a PCI USB board,so leave it connected to the internal USB port as a 16gb drive.
This is actually not the cheapest or most effective way to increase available memory.
I had to try it to find out the limitations though.,oh well.
I'll just have to save up for a 128 SSHDD (what will I do with the old HDD though ?)
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