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MacBook Air input from Xbox 360 via DoctorBott Digital video link?


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Hi there,

I currently use a doctorbott digital video link with my iMac 27" and use the screen with the xbox.

I have tried to do this with my macbook air 11" (use the screen for the xbox) but have had no luck?

Is it not possible to do this?

Many thanks.

Phil Hudson
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Not possible since the "Air" lacks a video input. Your 27" iMac is unique in that it has a video in as well as video out port. You can always purchase an inexpensive LCD monitor for your XBox. I still see smaller LCD monitors on sale at various venders.
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