Output Devices: Printers & Speakers

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Output Devices: Printers & Speakers

Just like there are many methods to input information into our computers, there are several ways to output that information as well. Two of the main devices used to do so are printers and speakers.

We have multiple types of printing devices from laser to inkjet and they all have a multitude connection possibilities from cable to WiFi to USB.

Regardless they have different setup and configuration requirements, and all will have proprietary OEM software that facilitates their installation, including for wireless and WiFi installations.

Another device is speakers, you have monitor speakers, surround sound speakers and even Bluetooth speakers which may be battery powered.  In each case, they may be plug-n-play but still require additional connectivity requirements.

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