A simplified way of representing various things (numbers) to be understood by a different source (computer) through systematic electrical pulses.
Similar to “Instruction set architecture”.
What is the difference?
Bit = A value of 1 or 0
Nibble = A value of 4 bits
Byte = A value of 8 bits
Mouse – Moves around the cursor, select, scroll.
Microphone – Audio for Video, gaming, online chatting
Touchscreen – Tap, Drag, Swipe using fingers for interactions.
Monitor – One of the main output devices on a computer.
Printers – Used in organizations to print words or information onto a paper.
Also known as
Main Circuit board
The Heart of the Computer
Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM)
Static Random Access Memory (SRAM)
Non – Volatile Storage (Image to the left)
Volatile Storage (Image to the right)