Input and Output Devices

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

1. Output Devices are the pieces of hardware that move information (data that have been processed) out of the computer. The two primary output devices for most computer systems are the monitor and the printer. Assistive Output Devices are expanded keyboards, mini keyboards, customized keyboards, single switch, screen magnification and screen readers.

2. Benefits and Challenges

2.1. Output Devices

2.2. Benefits of output devices they enable, text, graphics, video information and audio, (music.) The tactile output such as raised line drawings, may be used for some students with visual impairments.

2.3. Challenges are when dealing with output devices on monitors it is important to check the software's hardware specifications to ensure that the program's output can be displayed with the monitor that is being used and to ensure the resolution is set correctly. can receive information (output) from the computer, but it cannot send information (input) to the computer

3. Benefits and Challenges

3.1. Input Devices

3.2. Benefits are input devices can benefit both the students and instructors. They include graphic tablets, cameras, video capture hardware, trackballs, barcode readers, touch screens, digital cameras, gamepads, joysticks, pen input devices and microphones.

3.3. Challenges are it is important to check the software's hardware specifications to ensue that the program's output can be displayed with the monitor that is being used and ensure that the resolution is set correctly. Another thing is that cannot receive information (output) from the computer.

4. Input Devices includes any computer peripheral that might be used to enter data into the computer. Input devices are the key boards, various pointing devices and speakers. Computer input devices are keyboard, mouse and other devices. Assistive keyboard devices are keyboard labels, key-guards, head pointing systems and onscreen keyboards.

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