SIIG ExpressCard 34 11-in-1 Media Card Reader


<script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> Posted 07/08/2006
Author: Matt Krei (FragTek)
Hardware Acquired: Newegg


The first thing that you notice when seeing this card, or any ExpressCard for the first time is it's small form factor compared to the older PCMCIA standard. The 34mm model is very narrow and a good bit shorter than PCMCIA cards.

SIIG ExpressCard Media Reader

SIIG ExpressCard Media Reader

SIIG ExpressCard Media Reader

As you can see the ExpressCard is quite noticably smaller than the PCMCIA WiFi card pictured next to it. Not a whole lot else to see here, let's move on to the more important aspects of the card such as how well it works!
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Most Recent Comments

01-07-2006, 12:02:57


I've got in my hands the first ExpressCard/34 memory card reader which I will be reviewing later today or tomorrow. For those who didn't know ExpressCard is the latest advancement in PC card technology created by the makers of the PCMCIA standard. This new PC Card is MUCH smaller and allows great transfer rates. You can get the ExpressCards in two different formats, 34mm or 54mm widths depending on what your notebook is equipped with. My MacBook Pro is equipped with a 34mm slot in this instance.

The SIIG memory card reader is the very ExpressCard reader on the market and I am pleased to be able to review it for OC3D so keep your eyes peeled for the review!

More information can be found for the new ExpressCard design at

Information about the SIIG card reader can be found HERE.Quote

02-07-2006, 23:12:43


03-07-2006, 03:46:55

Nice Fraggles look forward to it Quote

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