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An exchangeable disk store, now obsolete, that took the form of an assembly containing a single rigid magnetic disk permanently housed within a protective plastic cover. It was introduced by IBM in 1964. Disk cartridges had storage capacities up to 50 megabytes, depending on track density, bit density, and disk size.

Subjects: Computing.

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