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What is the difference between Input Device and Output Device?

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S. Leo

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Answered Jul 11, 2019

The function of the input device is to give information to the computer for processing and to transfer data into the central unit. Output devices provide the user with information. The input device is used first, and the output device is used second. The input device is cheaper to use. The most routine input devices are the mouse, keyboard, webcam, and scanner. Output devices change data from the computer language to an externally adequate form.

The function of the input device is to give information to the computer for processing and to
These are the units utilized to convert binary encoded data from the central unit into a form suitable for human use. Examples of conventional output devices are the monitor, printer, and speaker.

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