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Lexar FireWire 800 Compact Flash Reader

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Darksaber, Sep 1, 2008.

  1. Darksaber

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  2. MagnusTheBrewer New Member

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    Just a quick question. Was the reader tested using a 1394b port? I ask because the review didn't say and the MB listed in your system specs doesn't have a 1394b port.

    I would comment that very few MB's come with a 1394b port and so using this reader to it's best advantage would require buying an add on card. That is if the reader actually performs any better with 1394b than 1394a.
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    It's on page 4,

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    Sorry, reading comprehension failed :( I thought that pertained to the ExpressCard 34 reader.
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    My First thaught looking at the pic is a Modern version of the spectrum microdrive ;)

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