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BY VENUS BRIGHT Input Output
What is a input An input is something simple that connects into the computer. Such as the most common input is a keyboard and a mouse.
What is a output An output is something that is not connected to the computer manually. Such as a speaker would be an out put device.
Inputs Keyboards Mouse Joystick Digital cameras Microphones Touch screen (of a device) Sensors Barcode readers
outputs Monitors Speakers Buzzers Motors Headphones Lights Mechanical devices printers
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