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Section - 2.2.2.3 PCMCIA type III cards?

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[Q] Regarding tying up the pcmcia slot, I heard there was a device that will
plug into a type II slot and expand to a type III supporting either two type II
cards, or one type III card. Has anyone heard of such an animal?

[A] What you want is called a type adapter; email jluning@delphi.com. He is
Operations Manager for Micro Solutions in Connecticut. They had them for about
$50 the last time I checked. I'm not sure that it will support 2 Type II cards,
though. Jon is very helpful and the service was great when I ordered a modem.

[C]
From: "Daniel Gentleman (ns)" <dgentle@cap.org>
Date: Fri, 2 Jan 1998 12:37:46 -0600

I found the elusive device that allows one to use type 3 PCMCIA cards on
a single type 2 configuration.

Check http://www.goessex.com/network.html#acc

for the PCMCIA type adapter.

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