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Mac Pro - Mac Pro and Dell 21" flat panel


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We will be getting a new Mac Pro. Can I use my Dell 21" flat panel as a second monitor along with an Apple 23" flat panel?

Also, has anyone used the new Logitech MX Revolution
mouse on a Mac? I currently use an MX Laser 1000 from
Logitech and would like to use it or the new one on the
Mac Pro.

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I wouldn't see why not, just a VGA or DVI connection like any other monitor. I just bought two Gateway 19" Widescreens for my new Mac Pro. You can also use that new Revolution. I have been using a Logitech mouse on my Macs for the last three years. That Revolution is a sweet mouse. That freewheeling scroll wheel is very sweet, not to mention the side slider.

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Exactly ^^^^ :black:

A display is just a display and as long as the correct connections are there it should work fine.

Same goes for a mouse.

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Thanks for the advice. I'm sureI will be coming back here often as a new user to Macs - Been using PCs since mid 80s.

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