The difference between Card Station I and Card Station II is simply a matter of compatibility with specific notebooks. What they both offer is huge versatility, together with lightning-fast connections to all your peripherals. And since they support two Type III PC Cards, your new Card Station adds the sort of expansion to your notebook that you would only expect for a desktop PC.
The integrated MIDI port opens up a whole range of multimedia options, such as links to sound and musical instruments and a joystick. Additional features include sound system connectivity for speakers, audio-in, audio-out, and a microphone. Links to external peripherals like an additional modem or printer come as standard, through the serial and parallel ports. And if you prefer working with a larger external keyboard, or an external mouse, there are simple connections for a PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse.