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Kahnrah reviews a Klingon Data record in 2293.

The Data record was a Klingon computer storage medium used in the 22nd century. It is thicker than the Federation Data card.

In the year 2285 Valkris had copied Admiral James T. Kirk's report on the Genesis Device to a data record. After she had transmitted the data to Commander Kruge, he had kept his copy on a data record. (TOS novelization: Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

In 2293, Kahnrah reviewed a data record of his ancestor, Commander Krell. (TOS comic: "The Order of Things")

Computer data storage
Portable media compact discdata carddata recordflash drivefloppy diskisolinear chipisolinear rodmemory unitmicrotapemicrotape diskoptolythic data rod
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