PLUG AND PLAY (PNP)
\plˈʌɡ and plˈe͡ɪ pˌiːˌɛnpˈiː], \plˈʌɡ and plˈeɪ pˌiːˌɛnpˈiː], \p_l_ˈʌ_ɡ a_n_d p_l_ˈeɪ__ p_ˌiː__ˌɛ_n_p_ˈiː]\
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Plug and Play is a term used for a feature in personal computers, which allows them to recognize any device that has been 'plugged in' to a computer. Examples include monitors, keyboards, mouses, printers, etc. The computer can read and configure the new device almost immediately, and totally on its own, allowing for maximum convenience.
By Henry Campbell Black