LED Backlight
The LED backlighting describes a technology for illuminating LED televisions and TFT screens.
The mainboard is the central board of a computer. You can connect other components (such as processor, memory, drives) and external devices (such as the mouse and keyboard) to it.
mSATA or mini-SATA refers to drives, in which the data is transmitted via the SATA interface. Due to the more compact design of the drives, they are particularly suitable for use in notebooks.
A RAID system allows you to group multiple hard disks or SSDs into one logical drive. Depending on the type of the RAID system, the failure protection or the data throughput of the drives is increased.
The RAM of the computer (Random Access Memory) is a volatile memory, which is used by the operating system and active programs to store data.
SATA, also called S-ATA or Serial ATA, is an interface of the mainboard, which is used to exchange data with connected devices (for example, hard disks, SSDs, optical drives).
NVidia's technology allows you to connect multiple graphics cards to a motherboard that supports this standard to increase the speed of compatible programs and games.
A solid-state disk is a semiconductor drive on which data can be permanently stored. The transmission speeds are higher than for hard disks.
A solid state module is an SSD, which is connected via the m.2 interface of the mainboard and thereby achieves a higher data transmission speed. In addition, the modules are more compact, which makes them ideal for notebooks.
The Universal Serial Bus is an interface through which, in particular, external peripherals, e.g. mice, keyboards or even scanners can be connected to the computer.