Definition: Personal Computer Interconnect: specification for local data bus which allows up to 10 compatible cards to be run in one computer to provide extra functions such as video acceleration, alternative or additional connectors to peripheral devices, etc. * Most useful feature to user is that PCI boards are plug-and-play. * Introduced in 1992.

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