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It appears that the Ricoh CardBus controller on the X61 is not much better than the built-in SD controller, which again shows atrocious rates. Things get interesting once you get to the USB3.
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Gateway 500 Alcor Card Reader Once connected to a USB3. Finally, something very interesting is the huge performance difference between the built-in PCIe readers in the T and T I am puzzled as to the reason for this, as the controllers seem to be very similar. I suspect it may have something to do with the fact that different drivers are used.
It is possible that the Ricoh driver includes some tweaks to unlock the full Gateway 500 Alcor Card Reader of the controller, but alas, it does not seem to be compatible with the T, so I could not test this theory. Conclusion Almost every one of the reviewed adapters could be useful in its niche. However the Realtek USB3.
Inexpensive, mostly flush with the laptop Disadvantages: Hard to think of any. Great build quality, completely flush, very good performance Disadvantages: However, the performance may suffer in case of poor CardBus implementations, as was demonstrated in the X Cheap, good performance, Gateway 500 Alcor Card Reader as it connects to the built-in USB chipset Disadvantages: If you have an ExpressCard slot and no other use for it, and if you want to boot from SD devices.
Best performance, supports microSD without adapter, very cheap for what you get Disadvantages: Bulky, would block adjacent ports Target use: If you have fast memory cards, and your built-in reader cannot utilize them fully. Also great for on the go adapter.
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So far for this. I rebooted again to see if it was a fluke, and when I opened firefox I wasn't connected to the internet. I'm not exactly sure what happened.
Oh to correct my last post Ubuntu says "Waiting for Network Configuration". It does this every time I reboot now. That's why you don't see networks in the GUI. I'm hoping it will consistenly connect from on now. I'm wondering if the extra long startup is normal of out Gateway 500 Alcor Card Reader the ordinary, when its saying "waiting for network configuration" and "waiting 60 more seconds for network configuration" MintyFreshLinux April 24th, I'm not sure whats happening but I'm going to guess this might be my wireless card as it sometimes disconnects while I'm in windows.
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