Parts of a Computer System By Drew Lombana and Kyle Lavender Block 2
Mouse Monitor keyboard Printer USB Connection Speakers modem Power supply
A power supply is a component that supplies power to a computer and is typically made to convert 100-120 V AC power to usable low voltage DC power for the internal components of the computer.
An acoustic to electric transducer that converts sound into an electric signal.
A keyboard is an input device modeled after a type writer. It also works to enable system commands such as Ctrl-Alt-Delete.
A computer monitor shows the images of the computer desktop screen and other various windows. Most new monitors, like the ones above, are LCD monitors. LCD monitors are useful and cost less than others but are sometimes manufactured with dead pixels.
The mouse is a pointing device that allows the user to move the pointing device around the screen.
Computer speakers are equipped with a low power internal amplifier. The standard audio connection is about a 3.5 mm jack.
Webcams are video capturing devices that allow you to hold virtual conference calls. Some webcams are even set up online so you can view different parts of the world.
A flash drive is a flash memory data storage device integrated with a USB interface. These allow you to carry information from one computer to another.