FireWire port


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FireWire port

A FireWire 400, FireWire 800 or FireWire i.Link socket on a computer, camcorder, external hard drive or other FireWire device. See FireWire.
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The FireWire attachment cable even includes an extra FireWire port in order to daisy-chain more FireWire devices.
Most exciting of all is the new Firewire port that is starting to appear on notebooks.
The new iBook models include: a 366 MHz or 466 MHz PowerPC G3 processor; a 10GB IDE hard drive, configurable to 20GB; a 400 Mbps FireWire port for connecting high-speed peripherals such as digital camcorders and hard disk drives; a CD-ROM drive or DVD-ROM drive; an AV port providing audio and composite video output; and the blazing ATI RAGE Mobility 128 controller with 8MB of SDRAM for great games and graphics.
IMovie uses iMac's built-in FireWire port to digitally transfer the video from digital camcorders into an iMac.
A variety of optional peripherals can enhance operation including FireWire ports, USB and serial ports, dual Ethernet, and solid-state storage.
Khwaja Saifuddin Ahmad, senior sales director, Middle East, Africa & South Asia, said: "The dual FireWire ports provide blazing fast upload and transfer speeds while also allowing users to daisy chain additional drives or other peripherals such as HD camcorders.
A maximum of three Firewire ports are available with two ports dedicated to rear I/O only; a third can, if required, be routed to the front.
By simply plugging into the USB or Firewire ports on any personal computer, sensitive data can be "slurped" or copied onto the device in just moments.
7 Celeron to a 3 gigahertz Pentium PC processor and comes with standard USB ports, modem, infrared and FireWire ports and an Ethernet network card.
Pricing starts at GBP1,449 for a model with all of the new features plus a 4x SuperDrive DVD-R/CD-RW optical drive, two FireWire ports, three USB 2.