HARDWARE TECHNOLOGY

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LATEST HARDWARE TECHNOLOGY : 

LATEST HARDWARE TECHNOLOGY PREPARED BY:

What is a Hardware ?

HARDWARE : 

HARDWARE It is the mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and electrical components making up a computer system. A typical personal computer consists of a case or chassis in a tower shape (desktop ).

VARIOUS HARDWARE DEVICES CURRENTLY IN USE : 

VARIOUS HARDWARE DEVICES CURRENTLY IN USE

TYPES OF HARDWARE DEVICES : 

TYPES OF HARDWARE DEVICES Internal hardware devices This is any piece of hardware that is inside the computer case. 2) External hardware devices These are the peripheral devices.

INTERNAL HARDWARE DEVICE : 

INTERNAL HARDWARE DEVICE MOTHER BOARDS:- A motherboard is the central printed circuit board (PCB) in many modern computers. It is a large rectangular board with integrated circuitry. HARD DRIVES:- A hard disk drive (often shortened as hard disk, hard drive or HDD) is a non-volatile storage device that stores digitally encoded data. RAM:- Random-access memory is a form of computer data storage.

EXTERNAL HARDWARE DEVICE : 

EXTERNAL HARDWARE DEVICE 3. MOUSE In computing, a mouse (plural mice, mouse, or mouse devices.) is a pointing device that functions by detect -ing two-dimensional motion relative to its supporting surface. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held under one of the user's hands, with one or more buttons. A mouse is used as a computer input device to control the location of a cursor on a video display connected to the computer

DIFFERENT TYPES OF MOUSE : 

DIFFERENT TYPES OF MOUSE Different types of mouse devices have been integrated into laptop or notebook computers, such as: pointing sticks, glide points, and track balls, to provide the user the convenience of travel without the necessity of multiple attachments. Mechanical mouse optical mouse Infrared (IR) or radio frequency cordless mouse

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DIFFERENT TYPES OF MOUSE Track ball mouse Cordless 3-D mouse Blue LED (v mouse-101)

EXTERNAL HARDWARE DEVICE : 

EXTERNAL HARDWARE DEVICE 1. KEYBOARD In computing, a keyboard is an input device, partially modeled after the typewriter keyboard, which uses an arrangement of buttons or keys, to act as mechanical levers or electronic switches. The keyboard is used to type text and numbers into a word processor, text editor or other program. Wireless Media Center keyboard FK-760 with USB dongle and trackball Thumb-sized

DIFFERENT TYPES OF KEYBOARD : 

DIFFERENT TYPES OF KEYBOARD Standard keyboard Laptop-size keyboard

DIFFERENT TYPES OF KEYBOARD : 

DIFFERENT TYPES OF KEYBOARD multimedia keyboard Thumb-size keyboard

DIFFERENT TYPES OF KEYBOARD : 

DIFFERENT TYPES OF KEYBOARD Numeric keyboard Touch- screens keyboard

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DIFFERENT TYPES OF KEYBOARD Foldable keyboard

Wired Mouse & Keyboard : 

Wired Mouse & Keyboard MOUSE KEYBOARD C.P.U MONITER

Latest wireless mouse &keyboard : 

Latest wireless mouse &keyboard WIRELESS KEYBOARD C.P.U. MONITER WIRELESS MOUSE

EXTERNAL HARDWARE DEVICE : 

EXTERNAL HARDWARE DEVICE MONITOR:- 1) Older computer monitors used Cathode ray tubes (CRTs), which made them rather heavy and caused them to take up a lot of desk space. A monitor or display (sometimes called a visual display unit) is an electronic visual display for computers.

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2) Modern computers use Modern monitors are built using LCD technology and are commonly referred to as flat screen displays. These thin monitors take up much less space than the older CRT displays EXTERNAL HARDWARE DEVICE

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Touch Screen Moniter

EXTERNAL HARDWARE DEVICE : 

EXTERNAL HARDWARE DEVICE 4. PRINTERS DAISY WHEEL PRINTER 3D PRINTING THERMAL TRANSFER PRINTER DOT MATRIX PRINTER LABEL PRINTER LINE PRINTER MULTIFUNCTION PRINTER

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MULTIFUNCTION PRINTER

PROCESSORS : 

PROCESSORS Codenamed P2, the 286 or 80286 was first released on February 1, 1982 and referred to as the Intel 286, the 80286 had 134,000 transistors, ran at clock speeds from 4MHz to 12MHz, and was the first processor to be backwards compatible with previous processors. Sometimes abbreviated as C2, the Intel Core 2 is a family of processors first introduced with the release of the Intel Core 2 Duo processor on July 27, 2006. The Core 2 processors include the Core 2 Duo (C2D), Core 2 Extreme (C2E), Core 2 Quad (C2Q), and Core 2 Solo. The Core 2 Extreme was first released on July 29, 2006 and has 4MB of shared L2 cache like the Intel Core 2 Duo but has a higher clock speed and much more capabilities to be over clocked.

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