An interface that amounts to a complete expansion bus, into which you can plug devices such as hard disk drives, CD-ROM drives, scanners, and laser printers.
Abbreviated to SCSI. An interface standard used for computer peripherals, such as scanners, hard disk drives, and CD record-ers, that supports high-speed transfers over a common bus for up to seven devices per host adapter.
An interface designed for connecting disks and other peripheral devices to computer systems. SCSI, pronounced "skuh-zee," is defined by an ANSI standard and is used by many computer and peripheral vendors throughout the industry.