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 What's the difference between USB1 and USB2.....?

Answer USB 2.0 is backward compatible with 1.1 (I am not sure 1.0 made it to the consumer market...). This means any 2.0 device will work with the older 1.1 spec devices. If there are any 1.0 devices, I w... Read More »
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Please tell me whats the difference between hardware and software and whats a motherboard?

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Whats difference between 16mm and 35mm and other mm in cameras i mean any performace difference ?

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