What is the difference between an input and an output device?
An input device is something that puts information in something.
Let's use a computer for example. A mouse and a keyboard are input
devices because they put information INTO the computer. Output
devices, such as printers, put out information.
INPUT DEVICE(giving into the system, ie- keyboard/Mouse) Actually the Device which is used to give an input i.e giving some data/information to the system thru the Keyboard or mouse is called Input device, OUTPUT DEVICE(receiving from the system, i.e Monitor, printer) the device which shows our typed data/information thru the monitor, or the printable sheet is known as Output device
Input devices help in input to a device and output devices handles the output to be fed to another device. For example an input device should have high impedance so that it should not load the output device to which it is connected. Also it should condition the input so that it can be acceptable to the device to which it is fed. Output devices normally help in the device to which they are connected…
What is the difference between output and input? If you sing into a microphone you can hear the microphone's output. Sound coming out of the power amp to the speakers. That is the input of the loudspeaker. Do you see the difference? Your voice is the microphone's input. Its output is electrical impulses that are input to the amplifier. The amplified impulses are the output of the amplifier and input to the speaker. Sound waves…
Its an output device. By visual display unit I assume you're referring to one of the following: a tv, a computer monitor or a laptop screen. All 3 are output devices. The difference b/w an input and an output device is simply user input. An input device receives input from a user, an output device does not. A mouse (receives user clicks), A microphone (receives user audio), a keyboard are input devices.
There is a major difference between DEVICE and SOFTWARE. Input, or Output Device is a physical part of computer. Input Device Examples: Mouse, Keyboard, Scanner etc. (Cause you can Input the informations to the computer by any of those.) Output Devices Examples are those, you receive informations from Your PC. (i.e. Screen, Printer, Speakers etc.) I wont explain you the difference between the software (programs) and hardware (devices) cause it's just hard enough to answer…