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What is the difference between Type-I and Type-II Compact Flash?

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The size of Type-I is 36.4 (H) x 42.8 (W) x 3.3 (D) mm, which is the most popular type of Compact Flash card. On contrary, Type-II is 5.0mm in thickness. Some Type-II is designed not only for data storage including hard disk memory, but also for special purposes such as LAN or MODEM card, or parallel or serial connection.

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The size of Type-I is 36.4 (H) x 42.8 (W) x 3.3 (D) mm, which is the most popular type of Compact Flash card. On contrary, Type-II is 5.0mm in thickness. Some Type-II is designed not only for data storage including hard disk memory, but also for special purposes such as LAN or MODEM card, or parallel or serial connection.

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SOURCE: What is the difference between Type-I and Type-II Compact Flash?

The size of Type-I is 36.4 (H) x 42.8 (W) x 3.3 (D) mm, which is the most popular type of Compact Flash card. On contrary, Type-II is 5.0mm in thickness. Some Type-II is designed not only for data storage including hard disk memory, but also for special purposes such as LAN or MODEM card, or parallel or serial connection.

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