connectivity

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synchronising
when two devices, such as a media player and a computer, are connected they can AUTOMATICALLY EXCHANGE DATA. This is known as SYNCHRONISATION.
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Data cable connection
The most common method of data cable connectivity is a USB cable. Most mobile phones and media players can connect by USB cable to a computer running the correct SOFTWARE.
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Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a technology allowing devices to communicate with each other WIRELESSLY. They communicate over SHORT DISTANCES using radio waves.
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input device
mouse, keyboard, game controller, web cam, touch screen, microphone etc..
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peripherals
three types: STORAGE DEVICES, INPUT DEVICES and OUTPUT DEVICES. storage and input devices allow the user to give instructions and input data to the device and output devices allow the user to see or hear information after it has been processed.
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The most common method of data cable connectivity is a USB cable. Most mobile phones and media players can connect by USB cable to a computer running the correct SOFTWARE.

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Data cable connection

Card 3

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Bluetooth is a technology allowing devices to communicate with each other WIRELESSLY. They communicate over SHORT DISTANCES using radio waves.

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Card 4

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mouse, keyboard, game controller, web cam, touch screen, microphone etc..

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Card 5

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three types: STORAGE DEVICES, INPUT DEVICES and OUTPUT DEVICES. storage and input devices allow the user to give instructions and input data to the device and output devices allow the user to see or hear information after it has been processed.

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