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Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
Day 2 types of computers
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  • 1. CLASSIFICATION &TYPES OF COMPUTERS 1A-1
  • 2. Computer for Individuals 1A-2
  • 3. PC• Desktop computers – The most common type of computer – Sits on the desk or floor – Performs a variety of tasks 1A-3
  • 4. PC• Desktop computers – Different design types 1A-4
  • 5. PC• Workstations – Specialized computers – Optimized for science or graphics – More powerful than a desktop 1A-5
  • 6. PC• Notebook computers – Small portable computers – Weighs between 3 and 8 pounds 1A-6
  • 7. PC• Notebook computers(Laptop) – About 8 ½ by 11 inches – Typically as powerful as a desktop 1A-7
  • 8. PC • Tablet computers – Newest development in portable computers – Input is through a pen – Run specialized versions of office products1A-8
  • 9. PC• Handheld computers, palm computer – Very small computers – Personal Digital Assistants (PDA) – Note taking or contact management – Data can synchronize with a desktop 1A-9
  • 10. PC• Smart phones – Hybrid of cell phone and PDA – Web surfing, e-mail access 1A-10
  • 11. Computer for Organisations 1A-11
  • 12. Computers for Organizations• Network servers – Centralized computer – All other computers connect 1A-12
  • 13. Computers for Organizations• Network servers – Provides access to network resources – Multiple servers are called server farms – Often simply a powerful desktop 1A-13
  • 14. Computers for Organizations• Network servers – Flexibility to different kinds of tasks Computers for Organizations 1A-14
  • 15. Computers for Organizations• Network servers – Users use the Internet as a means of connecting even if away from the offices. 1A-15
  • 16. Computers for Organizations • Mainframes – Used in large organizations – Handle thousands of users – Users access through a terminal1A-16
  • 17. Computers for Organizations• Mainframes – Large and powerful systems 1A-17
  • 18. Computers for Organizations• Minicomputers – Called midrange computers – Power between mainframe and desktop – Handle hundreds of users – Used in smaller organizations – Users access through a terminal 1A-18
  • 19. Computers for Organizations • Supercomputers – The most powerful computers made – Handle large and complex calculations – Process trillions of operations per second – Found in research organizations1A-19

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