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Best ExpressCard Frame Grabber

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The PIXCI® ECB1-34 Camera Link frame grabber for an ExpressCard/34 or ExpressCard/54 slot in a notebook. 200 MB/s sustained data transfer rates, and burst transfers up to 250 MB/s. Includes XCAP-Lite software for an out-of-the-box imaging solution.

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Sep 2010

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