Peripheral devices use specific connector types to connect to a computer. The following connector types are pictured:
HDMI- Used to send high-quality, digital video and audio signals to LCD monitors and HDTVs.
Fiber S/PDIF- Used for home theatre systems or Dolby Digital surround sound systems.
IEEE 1394- Used to connect devices that require fast communication speeds, such as video cameras and external hard drives.
VGA (DB-15)- Used by analogue monitors.
DVI- Used by digital monitors, does not carry audio.
RJ45- Used by Ethernet network adapters and other networking devices.
USB- Used by USB devices (e.g., external storage devices)
RJ11- Used by dial-modems
TRS jack- Used by analogue audio devices (e.g., speakers and headphones)