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My system is a Hewlett Packard Pavilion® notebook; it has 512mb of RAM, a Intel ® Celeron ® M 1.6GHz processor, a Fujitsu® MHV2060AT PL 40 Gigabyte hard drive, a Intel ® 915GM/GSL,910GML Express Chipset Family display adapter, a HL- DT-ST DVD-RW GWA-4082N CD drive, a Hewlett Packard ® integrated keyboard, a Hewlett Packard® mouse pad, a Agere Systems® AC’97 modem, a 15.4in. Wide screen monitor, a Broadcom® 802.11b/g Wireless LAN adapter, a Realtek® RTL8139/810x Family Fast Ethernet NIC card, a Texas Instruments® PCI-1510 CardBus control, 2 Altec Lansing ® and a SoundMax sound card. The input devices are keyboard and mouse
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Unformatted text preview: pad. The output devices are the monitor, and speakers. The RAM, processor, hard drive, CD drive, modem, Wireless LAN, Ethernet card, Card bus control and sound card are all both input and output devices. This is a stand alone device, I am not connect to a network. I use my system to do spread sheets, word documents, power point presentations, play games, surf the internet and e-mail. I have learned a few new things in this portion of the class one of which I am using right now, the word counter. It helps out a lot considering that I will not have to count every word in this assignment....
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  • Spring '09
  • Personal computer, Wireless LAN adapter, Hewlett Packard Pavilion®, Hewlett Packard® mouse, Family display adapter

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