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COMPACTFLASHCOMPACT FLASH, COMPACT-FLASH, COMPACTLY, COMPARATIVELY, COMPETITIVELY is a very small removable mass storage device. First
introduced in 1994 by San Disk [2] Corporation, CF cards weigh a half
ounce and are the size of a matchbook. They provide complete
PCMCIA-ATA functionality and compatibility plus True IDEODE, IDEA, DIE, ID, IDEM, IDES, IDLE, AIDE, DE, IE, ADE, EDE, IDA, GIDE, RIDE, TIDE, BIDE, HIDE, SIDE, WIDE, IDS, ICE, IKE, IVE, IRE, I'D, ID'S, I'VE functionality
compatible with ATA/ATAPI-4. At 43mm (1.7") x 36mm (1.4") x 3.3mm
(0.13"), the device's thickness is less than one-half of a current
PCMCIAPARAMECIA, PECKISH, PUCKISH, PYGMIES, PAJAMA, PYJAMA, CAMACHO, PYGMY, PIGGISH, PIGMY'S, PYGMY'S, POCKMARK, PARKMAN, PAJAMAS, PYJAMAS, PAJAMA'S, PYJAMA'S [3] Type II card. It is actually one-fourth the volume of a
PCMCIAPARAMECIA, PECKISH, PUCKISH, PYGMIES, PAJAMA, PYJAMA, CAMACHO, PYGMY, PIGGISH, PIGMY'S, PYGMY'S, POCKMARK, PARKMAN, PAJAMAS, PYJAMAS, PAJAMA'S, PYJAMA'S card. Compared to a 68-pin PCMCIAPARAMECIA, PECKISH, PUCKISH, PYGMIES, PAJAMA, PYJAMA, CAMACHO, PYGMY, PIGGISH, PIGMY'S, PYGMY'S, POCKMARK, PARKMAN, PAJAMAS, PYJAMAS, PAJAMA'S, PYJAMA'S [4] card, a CF card has 50
pins but still conforms to PCMCIAPARAMECIA, PECKISH, PUCKISH, PYGMIES, PAJAMA, PYJAMA, CAMACHO, PYGMY, PIGGISH, PIGMY'S, PYGMY'S, POCKMARK, PARKMAN, PAJAMAS, PYJAMAS, PAJAMA'S, PYJAMA'S [5] ATAAT, ALTA, ATS, ARA, STA, AA, TA, ADA, ETA, UTA, ATE, KATA, MATA, NATA, DATA, AAA, ATM, ATP, ATV, ABA, AMA, ALA, ANA, ASA, AVA, PTA, AHA, AKA, AT'S specs. It can be easily
slipped into a passive 68-pin Type II adapter card that fully meets
PCMCIAPARAMECIA, PECKISH, PUCKISH, PYGMIES, PAJAMA, PYJAMA, CAMACHO, PYGMY, PIGGISH, PIGMY'S, PYGMY'S, POCKMARK, PARKMAN, PAJAMAS, PYJAMAS, PAJAMA'S, PYJAMA'S electrical and mechanical interface specifications.

CF CARDS are also available for data storage using the Microdrive. CF
I/O cards are available as modems, Ethernet, serial, digital phone
cards, laser scanners, BluetoothBlue tooth, Blue-tooth, Bucktooth, Bluet, Bluets, Blotto, Bluet's, Blowtorch, Blurt, Blurts, Blued, Blether, Bloody, Bloods, Blood's [6] wireless, etc.

CF first turned up as a storage medium in digital cameras and the
like. Portable devices such as the iPaqIPA, Iraq, IQ, Iraqi, Opal, opal, EPA, PAC, Isac, Isak, Izak use CF I/O cards for
applications such as wireless networking.

Links:
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[1] http://compactflash.org/info/cfinfo.htm
[2] http://www.sandisk.com/
[3] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PCMCIA
[4] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PCMCIA
[5] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PCMCIA
[6] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?bluetooth

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