What is an SCSI port?

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A SCSI port is a standard connector found on a computer, which is used to attach peripheral devices that use the SCSI system for data transfer. A SCSI port can be used to connect a hard disk, tape drive, and optical drives. SCSI is an acronym for Small Computer System Interface.
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