Ict 123 output devices

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Ict 123 output devices

  1. 1. NURIZAH RAMLI 10D0124 DTE
  2. 2. Computer is fed with a lot of data to be processed and organised. The data that has been processed into a useful form is called OUTPUT. Output is the result we get through output devices. Examples of out devices are: Monitor Printer Speaker Headphone
  3. 3. A monitor is an output device similar to a television screen. It is used to display text and graphics. There are several types of monitor: video monitor Device with a cathode ray surface that displays computer-generated graphics and texts visually. flat screen monitor Thin screen that usually has a liquid crystal display or plasma display surface.
  4. 4. A printer is an output device that print text and graphics from a computer onto paper. A printer can produce both black and white and colour images. Examples of printers are: • Laser printer – print created by applying ink powder (toner) to drum • Dot-matrix printer – print using the typewriter approach by pushing the pins against the ink ribbon to form characters. • Ink-jet printer - print created by spraying dots of ink onto paper
  5. 5. Dot Matrix Printer Laser Jet PrinterLaser Jet Printer Ink Jet ( Bubble Jet or Desk-Jet) PrinterInk Jet ( Bubble Jet or Desk-Jet) Printer
  6. 6. A speaker allows you to hear the sound generated by your computer. Speaker produces sound or music.
  7. 7. Headphone is used to listen to music and sounds. Headphone usually have strap that rests on top of the head and a pair of speakers over both ears.

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