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storage device
 
n
a piece of computer equipment, such as a magnetic tape, disk, etc, in or on which data and instructions can be stored, usually in binary form

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storage device   (stôr'ĭj)  Pronunciation Key 
A hardware device, such as a CD-ROM or hard disk in a computer, used to record and store data.
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Example sentences
The information in the transient storage device must always be refreshed before
  its storage state decays.
Where the electrodes cross, it creates a charge-storage device called a
  capacitor.
If it is possible to teleport energy you need a storage device that stores the
  information that is teleported.
They differ from hybrids in that they have no energy storage device, and no way
  to recover braking energy.
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