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Cables, connectors, and interfaces control the flow of information between various devices internally and externally within the personal computer.

External computer cables control the flow of information to components outside of the computer. These cables control the functioning of any peripheral device you can physically touch and operate. These include printers, scanners, and USB devices such as TV tuner cards, sound cards, and network controller cards.

All external components must connect through ports connected to a computer's motherboard.

 
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