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double-density

Syllabification: dou·ble-den·si·ty

Definition of double-density in English:

adjective

Computing
(Of a disk) able to store twice as much information as other, older disks of the same physical size.
Example sentences
  • ‘I think you'll see double-density CD-RW capability showing up in CD-audio players too,’ he said.
  • The market leader in global NAND flash memory since 2002, Samsung has invested heavily to achieve double-density growth every year, further driving the market to higher memory densities and more affordable pricing.
  • The first thing we did was to build a double-density version and then a quadruple-density version… and then we got really aggressive.

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