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Hardware Basics003

QuestionAnswer
Megahertz One million cycles per second.
Cache Provides a temporary sorage area that provides a quick access to information.
Lumens The unit used to measure the brightness of a projector is lumens.
Parallel port These ports connect the computer to a printer.
Instructional software Software that uses tutorial, simulation, games, problem-solving and drills to teach.
Refreshable Braille display A line of text in braille format is formed by raised pinpoints under a membrane.
Switches An alternative to a keyboard, usually activated by movements.
Access options The type of technology used in schools.
Terabyte The current largest measurement of computer memory.
Peripheral device Inputs information, outputs the information into a form easily read by the use, and stores the information for later.
Optical character recognition (OCR) Converts text.
Interactive whiteboard A computer in a slate format.
Firewire (IEEE 1394) port Provides a very fast connection to transfer large amounts of data.
Storage devices Store data for later use and access.
Electronic pointing devices Allows user control of the cursor using various methods.
Created by: teebah