There are many ways to expand the capabilities of most laptop computers. In this video, you’ll learn about ExpressCard adapters, SO-DIMM memory modules, USB flash drives, Thunderbolt connectors, and much more.
You have a 34 mm ExpressCard, but your laptop only includes a 54 mm ExpressCard slot. Which of these would be the best next step?
Although a laptop doesn’t offer the same customization features as a full-sized desktop computer, there are still many options available for adding and updating your laptop’s capabilities. In this video, you’ll learn about standard laptop expansion slots and memory options that can increase the value of your portable device.
Our laptops are powerful portable devices, but there’s often a need to extend the capabilities of a laptop computer. In this video, you’ll learn how docking stations and laptop expansion slots can be used to improve the use and expandability of laptop computers.
Your new laptop computer allows for both ExpressCard/34 and ExpressCard/54 interfaces. To what do the /34 and /54 numbers refer?
You want to add a FireWire port to your laptop, so you’ve selected a CardBus adapter that includes multiple ports on a single expansion card. When you slide the card into your laptop, however, the card will not insert completely into the slot. What’s the most likely cause of this problem?