Computer in Everyday life Chapter 6 Output Make by Sonchut 5310163489

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1. Printers

1.1. Ink‐jet  printers

1.1.1. forms characters and graphics by  spraying tiny drops of liquid ink onto a piece of pape

1.2. Photo  printers

1.2.1. A photo printer produces color  photo‐lab‐quality pictures

1.3. Laser  printers

1.3.1. High‐ speed,High‐ quality,Color,Black‐ and‐ white

1.3.2. multifunction peripheral

1.4. Thermal  printers

1.4.1. generates images by pushing  electrically heated pins against the heat‐sensitive  paper

1.5. Mobile  printers

1.5.1. A mobile printer is a  small, lightweight,  battery‐powered printer that allows a mobile  user to print from a  mobile device

1.6. Label and postage printers

1.6.1. is a small printer that prints on  adhesive‐type material

1.7. Plotters

1.7.1. Plotters are used to produce high‐quality  drawings

1.8. Large‐ format  printers

1.8.1. reate photo‐realistic  quality color prints on a larger scale

1.9. Impact printers

1.9.1. Dot‐matrix   printer

1.9.2. Line printer

2. Tactile output

2.1. Tactile output provides  the user with a physical  response from the  device

3. Data projectors

3.1. A data projector is a  device that takes the  text and images  displaying on a  computer screen and  projects them on a  larger screen

3.2. Digital light processing  (DLP) projector

4. Interactive  whiteboards

4.1. An interactive whiteboard is a touch‐sensitive  device, resembling a dry‐erase board, that  displays the image on a connected computer  screen

5. Display devices

5.1. A display device visually  conveys text, graphics,  and video information

5.2. LCD monitor

5.2.1. Resolution

5.2.1.1. Resolution is the  number of  horizontal and  vertical pixels in a  display device

5.2.2. Response time

5.2.3. Brightness

5.2.4. Dot pitch

5.2.5. Contrast ratio

5.3. monitor,Widescreen

5.4. Plasma monitors

5.4.1. are display devices that use gas  plasma technology and offer screen sizes up to  150 inches

5.5. HDTV

5.5.1. is the most advanced form of digita television

5.6.  CRT monitor

5.6.1. is a desktop monitor that contains  a cathode‐ray tube

6. Force‐feedback  game  controllers

6.1. sends  resistance to the device  in response to actions  of the user

7. Speakers,  headphones,  and earbuds

7.1. Headphones

7.1.1. are  speakers that cover  your head or are placed  outside of the ear

7.2. Earbuds

7.3. Voice output occurs when you hear a  person’s voice or when the computer  talks to you through the speakers