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Hardware Basics 0601

Equivalent to about 400 floppy disks? CD-ROMs
A processer speed is expressed in? Megahertz (MHz)
What is a single Binary number called? Bit
The connection that is made through an opening? Port
Hard plastic covers with holes for each key are called? Key guards
he software that converts for the blind? Braille translator
Uses blue laser to read or write on disc? Blu-ray disc
Holds large amount of information and is significant in the purchasing decision of new computers? Hard Disk Drive
Defines the clarity of the imagine seen on the computer screen? Resolution
Measurement from corner to corner? Monitor size
Computer systems in a slate form? Tablet computer
What is the performance of converting text called? Optical character recognition (OCR)
What allows the input of data into the computer? Input devices
Temporary memory that is designed to hold new data only while a computer is turned on? RAM
The sector of the CPU that performs the mathematical calculations that are required in many data processing programs? Arithmetic logic unit (ALU)
Created by: vjaxd4