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USB Cards

If you're looking to expand the number of external devices that your computer can be connected to at one time, there are a couple of ways to do it. One way is to purchase a USB HUB or extension cord, which turns your single USB port into two, four, eight, or more USB ports. These are fine for most users; some people, however, complain that buying an external device like this simply adds to the clutter of their already cramped desk or cubicle space.

Another USB expansion option is simply to buy a USB card. A USB card achieves the same function as an external USB HUB, except that it is installed directly into the main body of your computer. This means that, rather than being on your desk where it can get in the way, not to mention get spilled on, knocked around, etc., it is safe and sound and will continue to run without needing to be moved or adjusted.

At Byte Runner Technologies, we offer plenty of different external and internal USB expansion devices. One of our most popular USB cards is the USB 2.0 PCMCIA/Cardbus four port card. This card installs easily, and adds four additional USB 2.0 ports to a notebook or laptop computer with CardBus PCMCIA slots. It is hot swappable, and compatible with any USB device. If you are looking for a USB expansion device for a desktop system, you might want to try one of our PCI-bus USB 2.0 cards instead.

Byte Runner Technologies offers its products at very low prices. Our large inventory is filled with high-quality VGA splitters, USB extensions, adapters, firewall drive enclosures, and many other computer accessories. Each of our products comes with free customer service, to insure that installation proceeds quickly and easily.

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