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output device

any device that converts information from a computer into a form that is readable by humans or another machine, such as a printer or monitor display.
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8 (b)] is the parent class of OpenGL based graphical output devices.
Adapter98 does not have any output devices associated to it because it only serves as an input platform.
Other output devices should then also be considered, and training planned in the use of the other output devices.
Fiery System 8e's powerful color features are especially important as workgroups evolve and require a transition from standard office applications, such as the Microsoft Office suite, to more specialized office publishing tools that leverage the finishing and speed of today's color-capable, light production digital output devices.
As the demand for one-to-one marketing grows, Fiery System 8e also enables digital output devices in the office to produce variable data applications.
Enhanced workflow integration with other EFI products -- Digital StoreFront now provides control and communication with EFI Fiery(R) servers, EFI Balance(TM) connected output devices and the EFI OneFlow(TM) workflow solution.
Print orders from the web are automatically routed to the appropriate output device without requiring manual operator intervention.
This new family of audio output devices provides a simplified, single-device design solution for audio amplifiers," said Keith Nootbaar, ON Semiconductor director of Power Discrete products.
Rather than mounting bias transistor (or transistors) to the heat sink in close proximity to the output devices, ON Semiconductor's ThermalTrak(TM) technology thermally integrates bias compensation within an output transistor.
EFI is the first -- and only RIP -- provider to achieve SWOP certification on both the EPSON 4000 and HP 130 -- two of the highest quality output devices on the market.
In many respects, UCPs are the final evolution of office output devices.
It allows ICC profiles for input devices (like a camera), display devices, light sources and output devices to be corrected automatically or applied to collected image files in order to maintain accurate color rendering.