posted by Anonymous .
A printer is a/an:
Choose all which apply.
a) input device
b) output device
c) data storage device
d) operating system
... and you think it's ... ?
Yes, if you're referring to just a printer.
An all-in-one is different, though.
What’s different about an all-in-one? Because that’s actually what they ask.
An ordinary printer = output only (the printed pages)
An all-in-one (printer, scanner, copier, and sometimes fax) prints (output), but also is a way to input data ... by scanning documents, photos, etc., and saving the images on your hard drive.