Computer Ports Clip Art

Computer Ports Clip Art

A teaching resource provided by Gavin Howson.

Resource Description

So you've just taught the students about which cable gets plugged in where and you're wondering how to test their knowledge? This may help out.

It's a collection of all the basic ports that you would find in your average Computer Science lesson as well as a few really hard to find ones (for those of you who have to go the extra mile).

Each port comes in colour and is also bundled with a black and white version to give you 27 images ready for instant use in a worksheet.

This set includes:
- Parallel Port
- Serial Port
- Monitor Port
- P/S 2 Mouse Port
- P/S 2 Keyboard Port
- USB Port
- Line In Port
- Line Out Port
- Mic Port
- Fire wire Port
- DVI Port
- S-Video Port
- Network Port
- CPU Power Port
- Monitor Power Port

All images are in PNG format and at 300 dpi.

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File Name File Type File Size
PortsPaid.zip
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