D-Link DUB-1320 - Accesorio (ExpressCard, USB 3.0, USB, Gris, 0 - 40 °C, -20 - 60 °C)
Descripción del producto
Altura: 1,455 cm
Ancho: 4,054 cm
Cantidad de puertos USB 3.0: 2
Color del producto: Gris
Compatibilidad: Available ExpressCard 34 or 54 slot
Interfaz de host: ExpressCard
Interfaz de salida: USB 3.0
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 0 - 40 °C
Profundidad: 11,719 cm
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Windows 75, Windows Vista5, or Windows XP SP35
Velocidad de transferencia de datos: 4,8 Gbit/s
Opiniones de clientes
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Cons: 1) You must be careful when plugging in a USB connector to the seated card; if you aren't, you will push in the card enough so that it "unlatches" and pops partway out. You must either use both hands (one holding the ExpressCard to keep it from being pushed in, and the other to plug in the USB connector from your device), or (after the ExpressCard drivers are installed) plug the USB connector in first, then plug in the ExpressCard into the slot. 2) I found the USB receptacle to very tight, requiring quite a bit of force to seat the connector. 3) The driver supplied on the CD wouldn't install (Win XP SP3), after d/l'ing a driver from D-Link it finally installed (took several tries). Plus, I couldn't find a specific driver for the 1320 - there were drivers for the 1310 and 1340, but not the 1320. 4) The card itself can be physically moved around in the ExpressCard slot (since the card is not full-width). I found that it was very easy to move the card enough that it would disconnect from the pins, causing Windows to think that the card had been removed. You've got to be careful not to touch the card once it is installed and working. 5) External power plug is VERY tight. I almost thought it was the wrong plug for the receptacle, but I finally got it to go in. 6) Speaking of the power plug, it would be nice if D-Link would supply a power cable with a USB connector on the other end, and the power supply with a female USB receptacle. If they did, you could power the card from an extra USB slot on your machine. 7) I couldn't register the card with D-Link on-line as their registration website doesn't list a DUB-1320, hence it won't take the serial number.
Pros: 1) Works well once installed and you become aware of the quirks.
I know there's a lot of cons vs. 1 pro, but I'm just being picky. I have used D-Link products over the years and trust them, so it surprises me that there are so many small, nit-picky things wrong with this card. Overall it does a great job (once set up) and I'm glad I bought it.
I've never had a problem with D-Link products before and was not expecting any problems with this device. However, the device did not snugly fit the card slot and continuously unseated itself. I installed it in an a HP Elitebook mobile workstation. The machine is a few years old, but I never used that slot before, so I didn't think the machine was the problem. I started losing the icon to "safely remove the hardware," when the card became unseated, which had not been a problem before. I had to run: "C:\WINDOWS\system32\rundll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL hotplug.dl" each time. The software installation failed a couple of times and had to be reinstalled.
Have to remove card and replace it every time I move computer,
This a great product but has fitting issue other than that is works like it should I'm Getting 24 to 64 mbps transfer speed, which is what my factory installed USB 3 gets on my computer