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In computing, an output device is a hardware device that is used to give the results of processed data. Examples of output devices include monitors, printers speakers and numerical controled machine tools.
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- Doyle, Stephen (2010). Essential GCSE ICT for AQA: Student Book. Oxford University Press. p. 5, 304. .
- GCSE ICT (Information Communication Technology): Complete Revision and Practice. Coordination Group Publications. 2003. p. 21. .
- "Output device". Computer Hope. http://www.computerhope.com/jargon/o/outputde.htm. Retrieved 2011-09-11.