[LAU] PCMCIA Firewire Card

Marcel Soleda marcel.marti at gmail.com
Sun Jun 1 18:21:05 EDT 2008

Look for a Sunix card. I've recently got a PCI firewire card and is 
working great. And Texas Instruments powered, of course.
Be aware, not all of them are TI, they also mount Agere and VIA.

Good luck!

En/na Pieter Palmers ha escrit:
> simone wrote:
>> hi
>> i am going to buy a Firewire card, probably FA-66 or FA101 but i also
>> need a PCMCIA card for my laptop and i knwo that some cards are better
>> than others, which ones should i avoid and what is the absolut
>> preferred card to buy?
> The best cards are those that have a Texas Instruments (TI) chipset in 
> them. Unfortunately it's not very easy to figure out what cards have 
> what chipset.
> NEC and VIA chipsets should also work.
> Greets,
> Pieter
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