Acer DA220HQL Media All-in-One Touch PC comes with these specs: TI OMAP 4430, dual-core ARM Coretex-A9, Android 4.0 Operating System (Ice Cream Sandwich), 21.5″ HD Optical 2-Point Multi-Touch Display (1920 x 1080 resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio ), 1GB RAM Memory, 8GB Internal Storage, MicroSD memory slot up to 32GB, Built-in 1.2MP Webcam, 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n Wireless, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, Two Built-in 1W per channel speakers, 2 – USB 2.0 Ports, 1 – Micro USB 2.0 Port, 1 – M
- TI OMAP 4430, dual-core ARM Coretex-A9 (1GHz)
- 1 GB SDRAM
- 8 GB Solid-State Drive
- 21.5-Inch Screen
- include: 2-point multi-touch intuitive control – front-facing camera – built-in speakers – Wireless – Bluetooth® – Micro-HDMI® – Micro USB 2.0 – USB – wireless keyboard and mouse – card reader
- 1-year limited warranty
Computer Engineering vs Computer Science?
Hey, I currently have Associates in both Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology and I need about 3 more semesters for my bachelors. A couple of professors (I’m good friends with) have told me, if I want to make real money, I should switch over to Electrical or Computer Engineering. The only problem is I will basically have to start all over. (Computer Technology does not equal Computer Engineering because the courses are at a higher level).
So, instead of Engineering, I was thinking of switching over to Computer Science. But what is Computer Science really? Is it all programming? I enjoy working with computers, building/repairing, and networking. In the CET field, we were required to take some CS classes such as, C++ 1/2, assembly lang, operating sys, Web Tech, multimedia, and networking 1/2. Is there another major that would suit me better?
Computer best answer:
Answer by DB
Computer Science is mostly programming and the theory of programming. lots of math and algebra backgroud required.
Computer Engineering is building computers. The electronics etc…
I have both a computer science and engineering degree. The computer science classes were all about programming and a few electronics courses to understand login gates and so on pretty simple.
In engineering we actually designed chips and built stuff. Some programming knowledge was required but it was pretty basic.
I did the engineering degree first, and was able to complete a bachlors of computer science in two years.