Essential Computer Hardware: The Illustrated Guide to Understanding Computer Hardware

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Bits, bytes, RAM, CPUs, hard drives and DVD drives. Master the geeky acronyms and simplify computer hardware & terminology with ease.

Computer hardware with all its technical jargon can be baffling, even for the moderately experienced user. This book cuts through the jargon to show that computer hardware isn’t so complicated after all and can be easily understood by anyone.

This book is great for beginners, a basic computing class, or someone looking to buy a computer.
Step-by-step, visual approach to help you quickly decode the jargon
Plenty of full color, illustrated screenshots and photographs to help you
Presented in an easy and simple to read format.
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Understanding computer specifications often displayed in computer stores and online
General hardware concepts and what’s inside the case
Hardware components: CPUs, RAM,  Hard Drives, Portable Drives, video cards and memory cards
Data Storage: bits, bytes, kilo bytes, mega bytes, giga bytes and tera bytes
Computer ports: VGA, HDMI, DVI, USB 2&3, FireWire, RJ45 ethernet, eSATA and more
Different types of computer: desktops, laptops, netbooks, tablets, hybrids and supercomputers
Computer peripherals: laser and inkjet printers Types of computer networks,
The internet, email, the cloud and the world-wide web
and more…
Techniques are illustrated step-by-step using photography and screen prints throughout, together with concise, easy to follow text from an established expert in the field, provide a comprehensive guide to computer systems.

If you want to decode the jargon quickly and easily, this is the guide you need.

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