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Peripheral - A device, usually external to a computer, that is plugged into a computer's communication port or is connected wirelessly., Touch Screen - A display device that allows a user to interact with a computer by touching, tapping, and swiping areas on the screen., Scanner - A device that can be connected to a computer or network that scans paper documents and converts them into digital files., Universal Serial Bus (USB) - A common interface used to connect peripherals, such as mice, keyboards, printers, and digital cameras to a computer., FireWire - Another common interface used to connect peripherals such as digital cameras and external hard drives to a computer., Video Graphics Array (VGA) Connector - A connector, identified by its blue color and three rows of pins, that is used to connect older monitors to a computer., Digital Visual Interface (DVI) Connector - A connector, typically white with three rows of eight pins, designed to connect digital monitors to a computer., High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) Connector - A connector used to connect a computer to an HDMI monitor or TV., Registered Jack 45 (RJ-45) Connector - A connector used to connect a computer to a wired network., Thunderbolt - An interface primarily used on Apple computers that typically connects a monitor to a computer and can also provide DC power., Infrared - A communication technology that uses light waves to transmit information through the air., Bluetooth - A short-range wireless communication technology used to connect peripherals such as wireless headphones, speakers, keyboards, mice, smart watches, printers, and game controllers to a computer, including smartphones.,

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