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Module 1 - Lesson 2

IBCA Vocabulary 2

Process of inputting sound into the computer. Audio Input
Authentication technique using automated methods of recognizing a person based on a physilogical or behavioral characteristic. Biometrics
Takes pictures that are stored digitally and then transferred to the computer's memory. Digital Camera
Opening on the motherboard where an expansion board, also called an adapter card, can be inserted. Expansion Slot
External bus standard that supports data transfer rates of up to 400 Mbps and can connect up to 63 external devices. Fire Wire
Provides good-quality color printing for less expense than a laser printer. Inkjet Printer
Data or instructions entered into a computer. Input
Most commonly used input device for entering numeric and alphabetic data into a computer. Keyboard
Produces images using the same technology as copier machines. Laser Printer
A device that allows one computer to talk to another. Modem
Desktop computer display device. Monitor
Most commonly used pointing device for personal computers. Mouse
Data that has been processed into a useful format. Output
The ability of a computer system to configure expanson boards and other devices automatically. Plug-and-play
Input device that allows you to position the pointer on the screen. Pointing Device
An interface to which a peripheral device attaches to or communicates with the system unit. Port
Used to produce a paper or hard copy of the processing results. Printer
Device that can change images into codes for input into the computer. Scanner
Pointing device that works like a mouse turned upside down with the ball on top. Trackball
Port that can connect up to 127 different peripherals with a single connector and supports data transfer rates of up to 200 million bits per second(Mbps) Universal Serial Bus(USB)
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