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Difference between 34mm & 54mm Expresscard (to USB adapter )

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Darr247

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Darr247

> Those $1.50 cards might look inviting, but if I bought them
I would assume I was wasting $1.50 (it would cost more than
that to ship them back if they're no good)

Cheap electronics *can* work out, too, of course... I have bought some $1 USB bluetooth adapters on amazon that work fine using microsoft's bluetooth stack, with every feature I've thrown at them (especially using my cell phone as a 3G modem, which some built-in bluetooth adapters wouldn't do).
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