Value on PCMCIA

‘The most economical way to add PCMCIA to PCs’ – that’s Amplicon Liveline’s claim for its Swapbox. It’s an AT 16-bit ISA card with PCMCIA socket in a 3.5in drive bay adaptor with SystemSoft Cardwizard for storage and I/O. Incidentally, there’s also an ISA SBC that supports Pentiums up to 200MHz. Its MSC-251 includes the […]

‘The most economical way to add PCMCIA to PCs’ – that’s Amplicon Liveline’s claim for its Swapbox. It’s an AT 16-bit ISA card with PCMCIA socket in a 3.5in drive bay adaptor with SystemSoft Cardwizard for storage and I/O.

Incidentally, there’s also an ISA SBC that supports Pentiums up to 200MHz. Its MSC-251 includes the Intel P54C/P55C, Cyrix 6×86 and AMD’s K5 as a half size card with two 72 pin SIMM sockets and a PC104 slot for mezzanine style expansion.

Amplicon Liveline, Tel: 01273 570220; Fax: 570215.