RT - Computers


  • Ralink Technology, a Wi-Fi chipset manufacturer from Taiwan
  • Ray tracing (graphics)
  • Ray tracing (physics)
  • Register transfer, a description of digital circuits
  • Request Tracker, an open-source ticketing system
  • Ritualist, a term used in the computer game Guild Wars
  • Windows RT, a version of Windows 8 for ARM processor devices such as tablets.
  • IBM RT, or RT PC, a RISC processor computer series sold by IBM, discontinued in 1991.

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