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nyar
Do these work on the Zaurus:

http://www.expansys.com.au/product.asp?code=105200

OR

http://www.semsons.com/comflastopcc.html

(Same thing as far as I can tell).

Anybody successfully using one?

How badly does it drain battery power? I would like to put a wireless card in it that has an external antenna socket - I can't find any CF wireless cards that have them.
Sephiroth
Go there,answers to your questions. You could have search a little bit more wink.gif
nyar
Sorry, I did search, but didn't find that.

Any further reports on battery drain?
Sephiroth
QUOTE(nyar @ Oct 8 2004, 02:44 AM)
Sorry, I did search, but didn't find that.

Any further reports on battery drain?

Easy: it reallys sucks the battery's power.Oh and don' forget that 5V PCMICIA card won't probably work.
nyar
That's fine, the cards I'm planning on using are 3.3V.

Hopefully I can get at least an hour out of it :-(
tz
My Cisco 350 card (with additional drivers) and my Toshiba 5Gb PCMCIA drive works.
Both can work at 3.3v (I use the Cisco for reception mainly as it has an antenna socket)

I also have some specialty SRAM cards, and other memory cards seem to work.

Battery drain is heavy, but not much more than some similar CF cards (microdrive and WiFi cards other than socket).
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