RAM pack

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RAM pack (plural RAM packs)

  1. (computing) A hardware module containing RAM for use by another device.
    • 1985, John P Killingbeck, Microcomputer Quantum Mechanics:
      Currently the Ace (for which a 16K RAM pack is obtainable) is one of the lowest priced machines available.
    • 2002, Wendy Horobin, How It Works: Science and Technology
      After preprogramming, the player can insert the RAM pack into the slot and push a button, and the instrument will load the information and set the registers.