What is Output Device
An output device is a hardware component that is used to provide information from a computer system to the user. They allow the computer to communicate with the user by displaying text, images, audio, or other types of data.
List of Output Devices
Here is a list of some common output devices:
A monitor is an output device that displays the visual output from a computer. It typically consists of a screen, which can be either a CRT (cathode ray tube) or an LCD (liquid crystal display).
Monitors are used for tasks such as viewing images and videos, browsing the internet, and working with text and other data.
A printer is an output device that converts digital data into physical documents such as text, images, or graphics. Printers can be divided into two main categories: impact and non-impact printers.
Impact printers use a mechanical device to strike the paper, whereas non-impact printers use heat, ink, or laser to create the image on the paper.
A speaker is an output device that converts electrical signals into sound. Speakers are commonly used for tasks such as listening to music, watching movies, and playing video games.
Headphones are a type of output device that is worn over the ears and provides audio output directly to the user’s ears. They are commonly used for tasks such as listening to music, watching movies, and playing video games.
A projector is an output device that displays an image on a screen or other surface. Projectors are commonly used for tasks such as presentations, movie screenings, and video gaming.
A touchscreen is an output device that is also an input device. It allows the user to interact with the device by touching the screen and providing input, but it also displays the output.
A plotter is an output device that is used to produce large-scale drawings or graphics. It typically consists of a pen or other writing instrument that is moved across a sheet of paper to create the image.