The use of output devices allows the computer to communicate back to the user. When a program is executed it outputs it to the monitor, which allows the user to see whatís going on. Some output devices include monitors, printers, speakers, videocassette recorders, modems, CD-burns and projectors. Though most of these devices you new to be output devices, but some of these devices users donít know were category to put them in. Speakers are an example of this. Speakers output music and sounds. So they are considered output devices.
With out some output devices like the monitor, you wonít know what was going on and you probably wonít use the computer. The use of the monitor allows you to see pictures, videos, and programs. Printers allow users to make hard copies of their work and to share with others.