New from CardBus: An easier, faster ride

Kempainen, Stephen
April 1997
EDN;04/10/97, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p42
Trade Publication
Focuses on various developments on the computer bus CardBus that make notebook computers a lot more capable and easier to use. Includes the inclusion of the CardBus software in operating systems and basic input-output system; Increase of the bus throughput; Manufacturing of new host-side controller integrated circuits. INSETS: For more information..;CardBus, PCMCIA, and PC Card 16.;Looking ahead..


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