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microdrive

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌdraɪv)
n
(Computer Science) a type of memory card that has moving parts and can store large amounts of data
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Contract notice: Delivery of equipment for the laboratory of mechatronic systems and microdrives for the faculty of mechanical engineering within the project create a modern technical infrastructure for the implementation of the educational program of the future engineers at the technical university of gdansk.
com)-- Precision Microdrives has recently made the world's smallest 4mm vibration motor, based on a SMT reflow design available for general sale.
The Selection of High-Precision Microdrives, by Urs Kafader, Maxon Precision Motors, Sachseln, Switzerland.
There are also three V*S1 microdrives that are workhorses with user-friendly interfaces and designs for consistent motor control in a range of voltages, horsepowers, and enclosure types.
V*S1 microdrives feature a user-friendly interface and consistent motor control in a range of voltages, horsepowers and enclosures.
The camera accepts CompactFlash Type I and Type II cards, and is compatible with IBM Microdrives.
A reviewer of digital cameras for another magazine, whose judgment I have long relied upon, told me at the PC Expo that there are reliability issues with MicroDrives in cameras.
Along with PAKit Pro, In-System Design (ISD) has also introduced the PAKit Reader, shirt-pocket sized personal data management devices using IBM Microdrives or CompactFlash memory cards.
They will probably be available within weeks of IBM delivering its promised 1-gigabyte Microdrives to market this winter.
com)-- Precision Microdrives has just launched the world's strongest (highest vibration output) 6mm vibrating motor.
Iomega hadn't set prices by mid-November, but IBM's 340MB Microdrives cost less than 128MB solid-state devices, and Iomega may undercut the price to pick up maiket share.