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for example a camera is an input because it takes pictures and it can take a video as well. the picture it takes or the video it records are stored in files; these files can be copied to a computer and later edited.
older monitors, where the case is likely to be around 30 cm deep are cathode ray tube (CRT) monitors.
storage is frequently used to mean the devices and data connected to the computer through input/output operations - that is, hard disk and tape systems and other forms of storage that don't include computer memory and in-computer storage.
some examples of storage devices would be hard drive, CD, DVD, SD cards etc.
Process is an instance of a program running in a computer. It is close in meaning to task, a term used in some operating systems. In UNIX and some other operating systems, a process is started when a program is initiated (either by using a shell command or by another program). An application that is being shared by multiple users will generally have one process at some stage of execution for each user.