A computer device, such as a CD-ROM drive or printer, which is not part of the essential computer, i.e., the memory and microprocessor. Peripheral devices can be external — such as a mouse, keyboard, printer, monitor, external Zip drive or scanner — or internal, such as a CD-ROM drive, CD-R drive or internal modem. Internal peripheral devices are often referred to as integrated peripherals. Linkage between the CPU and the users is provided by Peripheral devices.
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