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Computer Hardware

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An electronic device that accepts, processes, stores, and outputs data at high speeds, based on programmed instructions computer
A small computer tht is intended to be used by one person personal computer
A personal computer that is small enough to fit in an individual workspace desktop computer
A fast, powerful computer with a large storage capacity Mainframe
Design factors for the workplace that are intended to maximize productivity by minimizing a worker's discomfort Ergonomics
Process of learning online E-Learning
The physical components of a computer system Hardware
A small computer chip Microprocessor
Hardware that stores information for instant retrieval and processing Memory
Holds all the data and instructions required during operations Random Acces Memory [RAM]
Hardware that is used for entering data into a machine, such as a computer Input Device
Hardware that is used for producing results from a machine Output Device
Created by: kyle_langton