Differences between Input and Output Devices

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Differences between Input and Output Devices by Mind Map: Differences between  Input and Output Devices

1. An input device is any hardware device that sends data to the computer, without any input devices, a computer would only be a display device and not allow users to interact with it, much like a TV.

2. Therefore, an input device such as a computer keyboard is capable of having information sent to the computer, but does not display (output) any information. An output device such as a computer printer can print information from the computer but does not send any information (input) to the computer.

3. Input & Output Devices Examples

3.1. Input: Keyboard

3.2. Output: Headphones:

3.3. Input: Mouse

3.3.1. Output: Monitor

4. The benefits and challenges

4.1. Benefits of each input and output devices, is they offer a vast amount of assistance for educators.

4.1.1. Goal 1

4.1.2. Goal 2

4.2. Define Problems: Children becoming addicted to use just technology in the classroom. The lack of funds to offer each child a chance to have a PC or laptop to use.

5. Input Devices

6. Output Devices

6.1. Any peripheral that receives or displays output from a computer

7. Input vs Output Devices

7.1. Any information or data that's entered or sent to the computer to be processed is considered input and anything that is displayed from the computer is output.