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External PC Connectors

External PC connectors are connections that external parts use to interface with different components inside of the computer. Examples of devices that require external cables are USB hard disk drives, printers, and scanners.
 
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External PC Cables
External PC cables control the flow of information to components that connect externally through the PC. These cables are readily visible on the front or back sides of the case.
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