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(Tıp) peripheral
a part of or located in the peripheral nervous system
on the periphery or boundary
n In computing, a device, such as a disk drive, printer, modem, or joystick, that is connected to a computer and is controlled by the computer's microprocessor
beside the point
A device that is an optional attachment to the core components of a computer (CPU and memory)
A device connected to and used by the computer This can be a drive, printer, modem, or any other device
An external input-output device which is connected to a computer
A piece of hardware that's outside the main computer It usually refers to external hardware such as disk drives, printers, and scanners sold by a third party
(computer science) electronic equipment connected by cable to the CPU of a computer; "disk drives and printers are important peripherals"
A device connected to a computer to provide communication (as input and output) or auxiliary functions (as additional storage)
{s} of the circumference; circumferential; marginal; external, outer, exterior
Any device attached to your computer, such as a printer
A Peripheral is any device that is connected to your computer other than the main computer itself Such as your mouse, keyboard, printer and speakers
External; away from the center; as, the peripheral portion of the nervous system
Any external device attached to a computer Examples of peripherals include printers, disk drives, display monitors, keyboards, and mice (Source: http: //webopedia internet com)
A hardware device that is not part of the central computer
A term designating the various kinds of machines and devices that work in conjunction with a computer but are not necessarily part of the computer structure Typically, peripherals refer to: printers, keyboards, monitors, scanners, CD ROM drives, and plotters A hard drive, floppy disk drive, and a MODEM are considered to be peripheral devices even though they may be physically located inside a computer
Any external device that may be connected to a computer
related to the key issue but not of central importance; "a peripheral interest"; "energy is far from a peripheral issue in the economy"; "peripheral issues
A term used to collectively describe computer hardware accessories such as printers, modems, scanners, etc