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SD-CARD

Secure Digital Or SD-Card s Popular Type Of Flash Memory. These Are Permanently Used In Digital Cameras For Storing Photographs And Videos. These Photographs And Videos Can Then Be Easily Transferred To A Computer That Has An SD-Card Reader Interface. And SD Cards Come In Various Capacities Anywhere From 2GM-64GB.  

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Blu-Ray Drive

Blu-Ray Drive Is The Latest Optical Drive To Date That Released In 2006. Blue-Ray Will Eventually Replace The DVD Format Because Of Its High Capacity. Blue-Ray Uses A Shorter Wavelength Laser Compared To DVD Which Allows A Blue-Ray Disk To Store Far More Data Than A DVD. A Standard Blue Ray Disc Can

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DVD-RW Drive

DVD-RW Drive And Like CD-RW Drive There Is Also A DVD-RW Drive. And This Can Change Or Write Data To A DVD. It Can Write Data On To DVD-R Disks And Rewrite Data Onto DVD-RW Disks. And I Stated Previously A DVD-Disk Can Hold Approximately 4.7 GB Of Data. And Same DVD Burner

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DVD-ROM Drive

DVD-ROM Drive Is A Device That Reads DVD Disks. The DVD Rom Drive Has Largely Replaced Ordinarily CD-ROM Drives. Because Of Larger Storage Capacities Of DVD-Disks. A DVD Can Store Approximately 4.7 GB Of Data. And All DVD-Drives Today Can Read Both DVD & CD ROM's.    

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CD-RW Drive

CD-RW Drive Stands For Compact Disk ReWritable Drive. A CD-RW Drive Can Change Or Write The Data On A CD. It Has A Moving Laser Assembly Writes (or) Burns The Data Onto The CD. There Are Two Different Kinds Of CD's That Can Be Written To. CD-R:- CD-Recordable - Can Only Be Written

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CD ROM Drive

CD Rom Drive Became A Standard Component In Computers Today. It Is A Device Which Reads Data From CD ROM Which Is A Disk That Stores Permanent Data.   CD ROM Stands For Compact Disk Read Only Memory. Which Means That The Data Can Only Be Read And Can Not Be Changed Or

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Tape Drive

Tape Drive s Are Removable Storages Both Convenient And Portable Because These Types Of Storage Are Not Internally In A Computer. They Are Attached From A Outside. For Example:- A Tape Drive A Tape Drive Is Expensive Way To Backup Data From Your Hard Drive. It Attaches To A Computer Usually With A USB

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Solid State Drive

These Hard Drives Are Latest Standard And Are Solid State Drive. These Drives Have No Moving Parts. These Types Of Drives Uses Memory Chips To Store Data. Since It Has No Moving Parts The Data Transfer Is Very Fast.    

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SATA Hard Drive (Serial ATA)

Second Type Of Hard Drive Is Serial ATA (SATA Hard Drive). Serial ATA Is Newest Standard Hard Drive. This Is Faster Than PATA. Instead Of Data Travelling In A Parallel Path, The Data Travels In A Serial Path. Which Means The Data Travels 1 Bit At A Time. Serial Drives Have Fast Transfer

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PATA(PARALLEL ATA) Hard Drive

There Are Three Different Types Of Hard Drives. The First Type Is Known As Parallel ATA (PATA(PARALLEL ATA) Hard Drive) Also Known As EDIE. There Is A Older Standard Hard Drive That Uses 40 Pin Ribbon Cable As Its Connector. The Cable Has Connection On Each End And One

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