minicartridge

minicartridge

[′min·ē‚kär·trij]
(computer science)
A self-contained package of reel-to-reel magnetic tape that resembles a cassette or cartridge but is slightly different in design and dimensions.
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The Bio-Rad Variant Hemoglobin Testing System is an automated HPLC instrument that uses a minicartridge filled with a cation-exchange polymer material.
libraries, minicartridge (QIC) tape drives and software, CD-ReWritable drives, and magneto-optical drives and jukeboxes.
minicartridge is a popular choice for high-volume PC backups.
Normal rates of price decline run about 5% to 15% a year with DAT and minicartridge products showing a compound rate of price decline averaging 33% (See Table).
The TR-1 minicartridge provides users with 400Mb of storage capacity.