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Hardware Engineering

hannover90

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Hello,
unfortunately, I don't know really:
the difference between "Hardware Engineering" and "Computer Engineering (not Software Engineering)".
Could someone explain it, please?
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Hardware engineering is concerned specifically with, er, hardware. It COULD be computers, or it could be other types of components. Computer engineering is concerned with all aspects of computers, both the hardware and software, and how they work together.
 

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Barry, thank you very much for your answer. Now, it is clear for me.
 

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