You can purchase a switch box that allows you to switch control.
monitors . keyboards . mouse . printers . projectors . webcams . earphones . microphones . speakers . moden
No. Computers had monitors long before the mouse was invented. However, keyboards and monitors showed up about the same time, but some computers (especially main frame computers) had monitors without keyboards.
The GrandTec MediKeys MED-1000 has an intergrated mouse.
Monitors, Keyboards, and mice all need a signal from the computer to work properly. Have you have the computer checked by a Certified Technician lately
I computer mouse is considered hardware. It falls under the same category as external hard drives, keyboards, printers, and other peripherals.
Printers, scanners, external drives, mouse, trackballs, keyboards, etc.
Output devices is things you can see/hear, like Printers, Monitors and loudspeakers. (Final product of computer) Input devices is things to control the computer with, like keyboard and mouse.
to control the operations in the computer.
Um... did you buy a "Keyboards?"
A computer mouse is a device that is used to control the computer functions for scrolling, selecting, and de-selecting. The mouse is usually externally attached to the computer.
everywhere. On Door handles, phones, computer keyboards, computer mouse, flat surfaces and places where other people touch.
Hardware is the core of the computer system .all the inputs will be given with the usage of hardware device such as keyboards,mouse etc,
Input device are any hardware that input information to your computer like keyboards, mouse and web cam. Output devices are any hardware that display output information like monitors, projectors and speaker.
a mouse is a control that helps you work your computer
You need a mouse to control your computer. You can also use the keyboard only but it takes longer. Your computer needs a mouse. And it makes your life better with it.
false, because keyboards have "hot keys" which allow them to perform similar functions as a mouse
you can touch the keyboards and mouse the power box and the speakers the one thing you should not touch is the screen
Input devices gives input information in any form to your computer by converting it to machine language. for example: keyboards, mouse, web cam etc. Output devices displays the output information provided by the computer after all processes.for example: monitors, plotters, speaker etc.
Motherboard Ram CPU Power Supply Fan Transistors Hard disk Disk Drives Graphic Card Network Card Sound Card Cmos Battery External monitors,keyboards,mouse,speakers,printers
Input. The mouse allows control of the cursor in the classic personal computer gui (graphical user interface.)
No it definitely cannot
A wireless mouse requires (typically) a USB port for the receiver. As long as your computer has an open USB port and the drivers to support the device, it doesn't matter what type of keyboard is attached to your computer.
An input device is a device that can be used to insert data into a computer or other computational device. Examples of these are: keyboards, a mouse, cameras (webcam, digital cameras), microphones, scanners, joysticks, disk drives, heat and light sensors, and touchscreens.An output device is a piece of hardware equipment connected to a computer and used to transfer data out of the computer in the form of text, images, etc. Examples of these are monitors, compact discs, printers, speakers and headphones.Input and output devices are essential components of computer systems. An input device allows a person to enter information into the computer. Examples include keyboards and scanners. Output devices give information back to the user. Examples include printers and monitors.Input Devices...Key BoardMouseScannerWebcamOutput Devices...MonitorPrinterSpeaker
The Mouse operation(function) is to help us control the computer better and make it easy for us to access computer programs, documents, etc.
Computer/Control panel and in vista there is an icon for mouse, click there to adjust settings. Or if you have a different op, control panel, device manager, look for your mouse in list.