This Mini Needs No Cords, Cables, Or ClosetLarry Armstrong
Picture the typical minicomputer, the one that runs a network of dozens of terminals or desktop computers. It's generally a big metal box with racks of printed circuit cards and disk drives and a rat's nest of cords and cables. If you can't visualize one, it's because more often than not, the minicomputer is stashed away in a closet somewhere.
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