Different types of a computer

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Different types of a computer by Mind Map: Different types of a computer

1. Laptop  

1.1. Not stationary can be moved

1.2. A little bit larger and heavier than an A4 page

1.3. Can be used at home and when traveling, smaller than a desktop PC but still quite bulky and heavy.

2. Desktop PC used in a home or in an office

2.1. Desktop PCs are the usually the most powerful computer. They are very big and cannot be moved, but they often have a high amount of RAM, making it useful for graphic design. they also have large fans, preventing the computer from overheating,

3. Tablet

3.1. Can be used when traveling instead of having to bring a big, heavy computer. making it more useful and portable

4. Notebook

4.1. Also quite light, can be used when traveling because it is very light. It is very small, and smaller than a desktop computer and a laptop.

5. Hand held computer

5.1. A handheld computer is similar to a PDA, it has a lot of

6. Smart phone

6.1. Used everywhere to call other people can be used for everything, e.g calendar, emails and camera. also extremely portable, but not very durable.

7. Game console

7.1. At home, to play games

7.2. can be used to play with a lot of people around the whole world.

8. Netbook

8.1. lightweight, able to surf the net with ease

8.2. Often used instead of a desktop PC because they are becoming more and more powerful.

8.3. A netbook computer is a very smalllaptop that is oplimized for Internet and email access. [t is intended to be light and easy to CCUTY and has a long battery life,

9. embedded computer

9.1. To do specific tasks

9.2. The most commonly found and used computer. An embedded computer is a computer with a specific function found in such things as cars, microwaves, TVs, the VCR, and other home electronics.

10. PDA

10.1. old version of a phone resembling a smart phone.

11. Mainframe

11.1. they are powerful computers used primarily by corporate and governmental organizations for critical applications, bulk data processing such as census, industry and consumer statistics, enterprise resource planning, and transaction processing.

12. Server

12.1. A server is very large and powerful computer that manages access of a website/network. Websites usually have their data on a server. Servers usually have quite a lot of RAM as a lot of people can access it.