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Personal Computer Computers commonly used by individuals and business organizations.
Desktop Computers made up of individual components such as a monitor, a keyboard,a system unit, and a printer. They are not easily portable.
Laptop Portable lightweight personal computers. They are smaller in size as compared to a desktop computer and are designed for travel.
Tablet Fully functional portable computers that allow you to write directly on the screen by using your finger or a stylus.
Handheld Computing devices that are small enough to fit in your hand. You can input data by writing directly on the screen using a stylus or by touch commands.
Smartphone Handheld computers that have telephone capabilities.
Memory When a computer with too little RAM is attempting to run several processes it will take noticeably more loading time to complete any commands.
Processor All user input is processed by the CPU once every cycle. The CPU does everything in its power to perform more than one instruction per cycle.The higher the cycle number,the more often a processor can process.
Video Card A top- of- the- line graphics card will have its own memory and processor built into
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