ultracompact

ultracompact

(ˌʌltrəˈkɒmpækt; ˌʌltrəkəmˈpækt)
adj
extremely compact, esp of technology that is much smaller than a standard model
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With skid-steer loaders and ultracompact wheeled loaders and telescopic handlers, mechanised mucking-out of poultry houses and pig sheds saves manpower and avoids aching muscles.
For instance, DJI (China) introduced ultracompact Spark mini-drone and Phantom 4 Drone integrated with Intel Movidius Myriad 2 VPUs.
The display is a frameless four-sided ASUS NanoEdge design, with ultraslim bezels for immersive visuals and an ultracompact form factor.
The broadhead features an aerospace-grade 7075 T6 ultracompact, aerodynamic aluminum ferrule to provide fieldpoint accuracy and easy tuning.
The ultracompact ABR 3000 is a feature-rich barcode reader that fits in very small spaces and solves a range of barcode reading applications.
The ultracompact size means that when Frohnmayer makes the rounds in New York, he never parks more than half a block from where he wants to go.
The 08-01 Series consists of high performance, ultracompact, single longitudinal mode (SLM) diode pumped lasers (08-DPL) up to 400mW and narrow linewidth diode lasers (08-NLD) up to 500mW, all having exceptional wavelength stability and spectral purity.
DTS said SLICE6's ultracompact design and integration reduces in-dummy cabling and connectors.
It belongs to a recently discovered unusual class of galaxies called ultracompact dwarfs (UCDs) due to some very strange features.
Gong, "Ultracompact all-optical logic gates based on nonlinear plasmonic nanocavities," Journal of Nanophotonics, vol.
The antenna was ultracompact (10 mm x 25 mm x 1 mm), with the electrical size of 0.015[lambda] x 0.039[lambda] x 0.0015[lambda] at 470 MHz.