I recently bought a Camera Monitor and webcam so that I could chat with my friends while they were using their laptops. The problem was that the webcam didn't come with any sort of attachment to allow me to attach it to my monitor. Luckily, there are lots of different ways you can attach one object to another!
The webcam is attached to the monitor by a webcam attachment.
The webcam attachment is attached to the monitor by a webcam attachment.
The webcam attachment is attached to the webcam by a webcam attachment.
The webcam attachment is attached to the webcam's connection cable, which in turn attaches it to another piece of hardware that connects it to your computer or laptop, where all these pieces of hardware come together and do something very useful if you are using them correctly!
The microphone is attached to the keyboard.
The microphone is attached to the monitor.
The microphone is attached to the computer base, or computer casing.
The microphone may be attached directly to an external sound card, or integrated into your motherboard (motherboard). If you're not sure where it's located, check in your computer's manual or look around for telltale signs of a microphone jack on one side of your case.
You can connect a keyboard to a External Camera Screen with a cable, via USB. Or, you can connect one using Bluetooth technology. In both cases, it's best to use an adapter or other device that allows you to connect the two devices via cable or wirelessly.
This is a simple computer base with a keyboard attached to it. To attach the keyboard, you'll need to:
Attach the monitor camera webcam to your monitor
Attach your webcam camera to your monitor camera
Attach your camera adapter cable to the webcam connector on your computer base
The webcam is attached to the computer base. The keyboard is attached to the monitor. The monitor is attached to the computer base.
Attachments are a common way to connect two or more items. This can be done in many ways, and there are many different kinds of attachments.
Physical attachments include things like rope or Velcro, whereas virtual attachments involve things like USB drives or email attachments (which are really just files stored on your computer). Physical and virtual attachments can be temporary (like when someone uses sticky notes to remind themselves to do something later) or permanent (like when same-sex couples get married).