HDSPe ExpressCard/34 connects existing RME Interfaces with modern PCIe slotted Notebooks 08/10/07
At AES RME have present their new ExpressCard solution for modern PCIe Notebooks. The HDSPe ExpressCard is specified as an ExpressCard/34 and provides the same features as the successful PCMCIA version. It features RMEÂ´s own high-speed serial audio data bus, as used in the Multiface, Multiface II, Digiface and RPM DJ interfaces and comes with drivers for Windows XP (multi-client operation of MME, GSIF and ASIO 2.0) and brand new drivers for Windows Vista and Vista 64. Apple users are served with Power PC and MAC Universal (Intel) drivers providing Core Audio and Core MIDI support. Pricing and Availability:
The HDSPe ExpressCard will be available in December 2007 for an expected rrp. of $349 USD.