Computers Inside and Out - Who am I
I connect comuters and allow them to talk to each other.
I wake up the computer and remind it what to do.
I am the brain of the computer.
I have a very good memory. I can read, but I can't write.
I hold all the other circuit boards.
Inormation in the computer is stored on my magnetic cylinders.
I can read and write; but if you turn off the computer, I forget everything.
I get electricity into the computer.
I handle the graphics that are displayed on the monitor.
Other hardware, like the keyboard or monitor, plugs into me.