This refers to a family of devices used to alert building occupants or an outside agency of a fault, alarm, or trouble condition. These can include BELLS, SIRENS, KEYPADS, COMMUNICATORS, STROBE LIGHTS, BUZZERS, and PAGERS.
Any device by means of which you can get information from the computer. Monitor, speakers and printer are exclusively output devices. Read and write CD drive, modem and floppy drive are input/output devices. See also Input device. See also peripherals. ALPHABET ALPHABET
A device that renders data produced by a computer (output) in some usable form either directly to the user, to another computer, or to some form of storage. The most commonly used output device in most office settings is the printer.
Anything that supports the output of information from a computer, for users or to electronic equipment (e.g. tape unit). The output devices relevant to most users are Monitors, Printers and Disks. Back to
Any device by which a computer transforms its information to the "outside world." In general, you can think of an output device as a machine that translates machine-readable data into human-readable information. Examples: printers, microform devices, video screens.
Any hardware component that can convey information to a user. Commonly used output devices include display devices, printers, monitors, speakers, headsets, data projectors, facsimile machines, and multifunction devices. 1.6, 6.4- 30
An output device is a piece of hardware (a key physical part of a computer that can be touched) which a machine, typically a computer, uses to present information to the user. It can show any amount of information and any kind of information; for instance: sound, data,memory, images etc... Common output devices include Earphones, Projectors, computer displays, printers and speakers.