Computer Output Devices

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Computer output devices are any hardware that allows the communication, in the form of graphs, pictures, sound ... of the result of a computer activities to the outside world. Typical examples of output devices are:

These devices provide different forms of output such as visual, audio, and hard copy, and they play a critical role in enhancing the functionality and usability of a computer system.

More References and Links

  1. FYSOS: Input and Output Devices - May 2016 - By Benjamin David Lunt
  2. Editorial Design: Digital and Print Paperback – November 2014 - By Cath Caldwell, Yolanda Zappaterra