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WHICH PORT TEST INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY
1: WHICH PORT IS THIS?
2: WHAT IS THIS SYMBOL FOR?
3: THIS SYMBOL REPRESENTS WHAT PORT?
4: WHAT WOULD PLUG INTO THIS PORT?
5: WHICH PLUS INTO THIS PORT?
6: WHAT PORT IS THIS?
7: WHAT PORT IS THIS?
8: WHAT PORT IS THIS?
9: THIS MOUSE PLUGS INTO WHICH PORT?
10: NAME THESE PORTS, L-R.
11: WHAT PORT IS THIS?
12: WHAT PORT HAS ELECTRICITY FLOWING THROUGH IT TO CHARGE YOUR PHONE?
13: HOW MANY PINS FOR THE VGA PORT? 91525
14: THIS CABLE PLUGS INTO WHICH PORT?
15: WHICH PORT IS PLUG N PLAY READY?
16: WHICH PORT SENDS HD VIDEO & AUDIO THROUGH ONE CABLE?
17: NAME THE PORTS
26: EXTRA CREDIT What plugs into this port?
27: NAME THESE PORTS.
WHICH PORT TEST INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY
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