COMPUTER PERIPHERALS

COMPUTER PERIPHERALS

A peripheral is a device attached to a host computer behind the chipset whose primary functionality is dependent upon the host, and can therefore be considered as expanding the hosts capabilities, while not forming part of the system's core architecture.
Some of the more common peripheral devices are printers, scanners, disk drives, tape drives, microphones, speakers, and cameras. Peripheral devices can also include other computers on a network system. A device can also refer to a non-physical item, such as a pseudo terminal, a RAM drive, or a virtual network adapter.

  1. Power Backup – UPS, UPS cum INVERTER.
  2. Scanner / Web cam / Digital Camera / Hard Drives.
  3. DVD / CD – ROM / CDS RW / CD’S / ZIP Drive /TAPE Drives
  4. MONITORS : - VGA, SVGA, LCD – TFT
  5. Add on Card – TV Tuner / Capture Cards / MPEG / VGA & Sound Blaster Card
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