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Typical pointing devices are: mouse, trackball, touch pad, trackpoint, graphics tablet, joystick, and touch screen. Pointing devices, such as a mouse, connected to the PC via a serial ports (old), PS/2 mouse port (newer), or USB port (newest).What devices are connected to your computer?
With a USB wireless device, there are generally no cords or wires. In some cases, a signaling device is connected to the computer by way of a USB port. A wireless device such as a mouse or keyboard may communicate with the signaling device, which then allows that device to interact with the computer.How do you open devices and printers?
There are many ways to open the Devices and Printers panel. One method that works the same in Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 is to first open the Control Panel. Then, go to Hardware and Sound and click or tap Devices and Printers.What devices are connected to the computer?
A universal serial bus, or USB, device refers to any device that utilizes USB connections to connect to a computer. Common examples include external hard drives, webcams, printers, scanners, digital cameras, keyboards and mice.