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Firewire (IEEE 1394) - Firewire (IEEE 1394)
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"Front devices are in the front to provide easy access like your cd-rom devices and floppy. If these devices were in the back of your chassis, it makes for a struggle every time. So why have your I/O device(s) in the back of case? USB, firewire, and hooking up some type of sound device are done all the time, but hooking it up in the back causes trouble. User want a quick way to hook there digital camera up and then take it right out. has come up with a front device that makes easy access for your USB (Universal Serial Bus), Firewire (IEEE 1394), and Audio ports for sound devices and probes for easy temperature readings."
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