What's The Difference Between Input and Output

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Output Devices
These types of devices are the pieces of hardware that move information
(data that have been processed or accessed) out of the computer"
Output devices are larger, and
emphasize on quality and size of
output.
The most common output devices in modern computers are
the display monitor, speaker, printer and the sound and video
cards.
Input Devices
It is any device that provides input to a
computer.
"It is a computer peripheral that the user can use to enter
data into a computer"
They are usually smaller in size than output devices and have
physical attributes that emphasize on comfort and easeofuse.
Input devices typically handle data input through buttons, lens or
microphone.
An input device allows users the opportunity to
communicate and feed instructions and data to
computers for processing, display, storage and/or
transmission.
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