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`Motherboard
`CPU
`Keyboard
`Mouse
`RAM
`Monitor
`Floppy drive
`CD-ROM drive
`Hard disk drive
`DVD Drives
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 Has a rubber or metal ball on its
underside that can roll in all directions
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 ÿame as a mechanical mouse, but
uses optical sensors to detect motion of the ball.
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 Uses a laser to detect the mouse's movement
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º RAM, or Random-Access-Memory, is
a type of memory that accesses faster
than main memory (like a hard drive),
but that only stores data while the
computer is turned on. It is normally
used to store the program that your
computer is currently running, and any
data that program needs.
º RAM is divided into small blocks of
data, each of which can be accessed by
a unique number, called an address.



ëhe computer screen is used


for outputting information
in an understandable
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Hard Disks
º ÿpeed:
fast!
ëhe speed of a hard disk is often quoted as "average
access time" speed, measured in milliseconds. ëhe
smaller this number the faster the disk.
º Capacity:
Enormous! Often 40/80 Gigabytes. A Gigabyte is
equivalent to 1024 Megabytes.
º Cost:
Hard disks costs are falling rapidly and normally
represent the cheapest way of storing data.
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