There are many components of a laptop computer that are very different than their desktop PC counterparts. In this video, you’ll learn about the differences in keyboards, laptop storage, memory, LCD screens, power options, CPUs, and more.
Which of these devices would allow you to use a single keyboard across multiple computers?
Many people are making the move from a desktop computer to a more portable laptop device, but there are a number of changes that come with such a dramatic change in size. In this video, you’ll learn about the aspects of a laptop computer that vary from their larger desktop cousins.
One of the first things a computer needs is some input, and this can come in many different forms. In this video, you’ll get an overview of input devices that include keyboards, mice, touch screens, scanners, microphones, biometric devices, and much more.
Your new laptop has a key on it marked “Fn.” What does this key usually provide?
There are many ways to get data into your computer, and in this video you’ll learn about the most popular input devices. We’ll discuss mice, keyboards, bar code readers, biometric devices, and much more.
On the back of most computers is a set of USB interfaces, serial ports, and keyboard and mouse connectors. Which chipset usually controls these interfaces?
If you look at the back of any computer, you’ll find many different ports staring back at you. In this video, you’ll learn to recognize some of the most common motherboard ports and connectors, including audio ports, video ports, and communication interfaces.
Many newer keyboards use standard USB connectors as their interface to the motherboard, but older systems had dedicated keyboard connectors. What kind of port was normally used to connect a keyboard to the motherboard?