(term) SCSI

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    Small Computer System Interface. A hardware interface that allows computers to talk to peripheral devices such as disc drives, CD devices and scanners. A single SCSI channel can handle up to seven unique devices each with their own address, but the last item in the chain, regardless of the number of units, must be terminated for proper operation of the SCSI chain.
    (See IDE)
     

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