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Computer Hardwares

BTC 19.1 Kaleb Bishop

An electronic device that accepts, processes, stores, and outputs data at high sppeeds, based on programmed instructions. Computer
A small computer that is intended to be used by one person. Personal computer
a personal computer that is small enough to fit it in an individual workspace. Desktop computer
to couple or to connect. linked
a fast, powerful computer with large storage capacity. Mainframe
design factors for the workplace that are intended to maximize productivity by minimizings a worker's discomfort. Ergonomics
Electronic learning, is the process of learning online. E-learning
physical componets of a computer system. Hardware
hold all the data and instructions required during operations. RAM random access memory
lacking a definite plan, purpose, or pattern. Random
hardware that is used for entering data info a machine, such as a computer. Input device
hardwarethat is used for producing results from a machine. Output device
hard drives, CD-ROM drives, and DVD drives which save information for later use. Data storage devices
Created by: Kaleb_Bishop