Input Devices

Some of the input devises

  1. Graphic tablet
  2. Built in camera
  3. Styles
  4. Scanner
  5. Touch screen devises

Some Examples

About them....

Graphic Tablet

A graphics tablet or digitizer is a computer input device that enables a user to hand-draw images, animations and graphics, similar to the way a person draws images with a pencil and paper.

Built in Camera

Built in camera means that a computer (or other device) has a camera built in to it's body. On a Mac for example the camera is located in the centre above the screen. The camera can be used for video chatting/conferencing, or taking pictures with PhotoBooth etc.


Stylus helps you to type, rap and scroll on your touch screen devises without using your fingers


A scanner is an input devise that scans documents such as photographs and pages of text. When a document is scanned, it is converted into a digital format. This creates an electronic version of the document that can be viewed and edited on a computer.

Touch Screen Devise(tablet)

A touchscreen is a visual display that acts as an input device, by responding to the touch of a user's fingers, hand, or an input device such as a stylus.

The touchscreens found on cell phones are smartphones are typically either capacitive touchscreens or resistive touchscreens. Capacitive touchscreens use the electrical properties of a human body to detect a touch, and usually cannot be controlled by a device such as a stylus. Resistive touchscreens, meanwhile, respond to pressure applied to them.