minicomputer

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minicomputer

An obsolete term for a computer with a speed and memory capacity between that of a microcomputer and a mainframe computer.
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You can also manipulate the images, create a library and also make mini computer movies.
The flamethrowers are controlled by Arduino mini computers and are activated by accelerometers in the gauntlets.
Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas and Prince Andrew of the United Kingdom on Tuesday, May 31 visited the Pelgulinn High School in Tallinn where students demonstrated their programming skills using Raspberry Pi mini computers.
Sony began production of the Raspberry Pi at its UK Technology Centre in Bridgend in 2013 and now more than five million of the credit card-sized mini computers having been made there.
The mini computers can be used to solve maths problems, translate languages and take photos.
SolidRun, a developer and manufacturer of powerful energy efficient System on Modules (SOMs) and mini computers, announced on Tuesday that it has launched its new and powerful credit card sized computer, the HummingBoard.
"Smartphones and tablets are mini computers with instant access to the Internet or linked directly to a hospital's network.
These days some of the top-of-the-range calculators are more like mini computers and can solve algebra and run spreadsheet packages for statistical problems.
Lastly was the concept of distributed computing, dismantling the mainframe silo to take advantage of the cost benefits and flexibility of clustered mini computers. This adaptable provisioning was seen as a key part of empowering end users, reducing decision making delays and delivering power into users' hands.