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filmscanners: Laptop SCSI, was Sprintscan 4000 Rebate extension



A laptop PCCard or a desktop PCI SCSI card?  In my case I'd need a laptop 
PCcard (formerly PCMCIA), which I always assume is my responsibility.

Does anyone have experience with filmscanners connected via a PCCard SCSI 
adapter on a Win2000 laptop?  Confirmed hot-swap-ability would be a big 
help so that I don't have to power everything down to plug in the 
scanner.  My former NT4 laptop with SCSI was annoying for that 
reason.  Perhaps Adaptec's 1460 goes for ~$115, or the 1480 for ~$165:

http://www.adaptec.com/worldwide/product/proddetail.html?cat=%2fTechnology%2fSCSI%2fSCSI+for+Laptops&prodkey=APA-1460D

http://www.adaptec.com/worldwide/product/proddetail.html?prodkey=APA-1480B&cat=%2fTechnology%2fSCSI%2fSCSI+for+Laptops

Bob G

At 02:16 PM 9/20/2001, you wrote:
>SCSI PC card comes with the SS4000 at least until we exhaust stock of the
>SCSI cards.
>David




 




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