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A: It is both in input and output device. data can be stored there and also retrived from there


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A computer monitor is both Input and Output. Based on the idea that you view the data through the monitor, it is outputting information. The idea that you could not input data such as an Excel Spreadsheet, also categorizes it as Input device. It is one of the few devices that is I/O (Input/Output).


Common input devices include: mouse, keyboard, modem/network card. Common input devices include: mouse, keyboard, modem/network card. Common input devices include: mouse, keyboard, modem/network card. Improvement: Also microphone, scanner, touchscreen, tablet, digital camera etc.


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An input device. In fact it is the ONLY way to input data into a computer. However, the most common input device is the computer's hard-drives or mass-storage devices (which are also output devices), followed by the mouse and keyboard.


Input I would have thought.If you are refering to the big readers of the 80-column punched card then they are Input devices. But many of these devices were made so that they could also be used for output - ie for punching cards - these are both Input and Output devices.A card reader is an INPUT (not imput) device.Whenever you are trying to categorize a device as Input or Output, think of how it looks from the computer.If the computer is transmitting data to it, it is an Output device.If the computer is receiving data from it, it is an Input device.


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CD Rom is not an input device. Input devices are things like: keyboard, scanner - these are the devices one uses when adding, editing and deleting information from the computer. You can also think about it as devices that interact with the various programs you have.


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On one level you talk to a computer through input devices and output devices.Examples of input devices are keyboards, mice, disk drives, cameras, microphones, and internet ports.These inputs are sent to programs. Essentially instructions written by programmers telling the computer hardware what to do. The programs may gather input from from input devices and then output that data to output devices.Examples of output devices are screens, speakers, and internet ports.Ha Ha HA seadecklis


Devices for communication between computers, such as modems and network cards, typically serve for both input and output. Also, a touch screen can be considered as an input and output device. Others include: Fax, 3-in-1 printers, headsets, and audio/video cards.


The hard drive is a storage device.While they could be considered both input and output devices, the drives that read and write CDs and DVDs (with their media) are also considered storage devices.


I suppose so. If a three input NAND is used as a two input device, the third input can be viewed as an inhibit input. Also some NAND devices can be "3 stated" where the output goes to a high impedance.



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