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Computer Hardware

BTC19.1 Riley Johnson

An electronic device that accepts, processes, stores, and outputs data at high speeds 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 in individual workspace Desktop Computer
To couple or connect Linked
a fast powerful computer with a large storage capacity. Mainframe
Design factors for the workplace that are intended to maximize productivity by minimizing a workers discomfort. Ergonomics
Electronic learning, the process of learning online E-learning
To state the current price of something Quotes
The physical components of a computer system Hardware
A constituent part Elements
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 Access Memory (RAM)
Hardware that is used for enering data into a machine, such as a computer. Input Device
Hardware that is used for producing results from a machine. Output Device
Saves information for a later use Storage Devices
Lacking a definite plan, purpose, or pattern Random
Created by: riley_johnson