Computer Hardware

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Hard Disk Drive...

A hard disk is part of a unit, often called a disk drive,hard drive,or hard disk drive, that stores and provides relatively quick access to large amounts of data on an electromagnetically charged surface or set of surfaces. Today's computers typically come with a hard disk that contains several billion bytes (gigabytes) of storage.

LCD Moniter

A thin filmtransitor liquid crystol display that uses technology to improve images qualites such as contrast. They are used in dsevices like television sets, , mobile phones and navigation systems.


Motherboards are produced in a variety of sizes and shapes called computer form factor, some of which are specific to individual computer manufacturers. However, the motherboards used in IBM-compatible systems are designed to fit various case sizes. As of 2007[update], most desktop computer motherboards use the ATX standard form factor — even those found in Macintosh and Sun computers, which have not been built from commodity components.


Pronounced as separate letters, CPU is the abbreviation for central processing unit. Sometimes referred to simply as the central processor, but more commonly called processor, the CPU is the brains of the computer where most calculations take place. In terms of computing power, the CPU is the most important element of a computer system.

USB flash Drives

These basic USB flash drives get the job done. They are small, fast and efficient. They do not include the high-end security features of the secure drives or the hardiness of the rugged drives nor are they cute and flashy like novelty drives.


Random-access memory (RAM) is a form of computer data storage. A random-access device allows stored data to be accessed in very nearly the same amount of time for any storage location, so data can be accessed quickly in any random order. In contrast, other data storage media such as hard disks, CDs, DVDs and magnetic tape, as well as early primary memory types such as drum memory, read and write data only in a predetermined order, consecutively, because of mechanical design limitations.