luggable


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luggable

(ˈlʌɡəbəl)
n
(esp of computers) portable, but with difficulty
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Reliance makes this easier with the Luggable Loo, a heavy-duty toilet seat that snaps right onto the top of a five-gallon bucket.
[20] reported the use of the luggable NIR Case NCS001A (Sacmi Imola S.C., Italy) for estimation of tomato DM, SSC, and firmness, but calibration statistics were not presented.
The New York Times' obituary says: "One was Adam Osborne, the developer of the Osborne 1, an early portable computer - a "luggable" in industry parlance - about the size of a sewing machine.
"The Roomba is to the sentbots of tomorrow kind of like the luggable compact computer is to the smartphone of today."
From mono LCD display, 16-bit processors, and floppy disk memory packed in a 4.1kg luggable design, which was state of the art technology for its period, our unparalleled experience and passion for developing innovative products have always kept us ahead of the curve.
The device incorporates voice direction and scanning in an "ergonomic, wearable form factor that eliminates workers from having to deal with a luggable device," Blinderman explains.
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What could have turned into a significant data-loss disaster turned out to be merely a small hiccup in production, thanks to the foresight Promise put into making this "luggable" and lovable RAID 5, six-bay storage solution easy to work with and to repair.
Stevens: Seriously, I thought desktop computers became extinct with the demise of the PalmPilot and luggable laptops.
The trajectory is from luggable to portable to wearable.
The first computer I used was called a "luggable." It seemed less formidable than the hulking multiunit desk-top machines I saw in stores that sold electronic equipment.
Compaq Portable debuts:Founded during the prior year, Compaq makes its mark on the industry by releasing its first PC--the first luggable IBM-compatible, and a harbinger of the age ofmobile computing.