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FireWire - Definition

Firewire is a cabling technology that is designed to transfer data at high speeds, to and from digital type devices. For example, memory card readers or some digital cameras use Firewire for the device to be connected to the computer. This way, information can be shared quickly and easily. Almost all modern digital camcorders have included this connection since 1995. Many computers intended for home or professional audio/video use have built-in FireWire ports including all Apple, Sony, Dell and HP laptops.


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