PC Card

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PC Card (plural PC Cards)

  1. A removable memory or I/O device that fits into an expansion slot on a notebook computer or a personal digital assistant (PDA). PC Cards are used primarily in notebook computers and PDAs. PC Card peripherals include Wi-Fi network cards, memory cards, modems, wired NICs, and hard drives.
Last modified on 17 December 2008, at 19:01