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bigger monitor for laptop?


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Okay. I have a 12-inch powerbook. Just wondering what my options are for a larger display. For instance, I'd like to come home and be able to plug my laptop into say a 17-inch monitor and work from that. I LOVE my powerbook, but I don't necessarily care for the monitor being so close to my face on the laptop (or the fact that it is so small).

So yea, what are my options here?
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ummm, anything that has a compatible connection with your powerbook should be fine. Monitors are not OS specific, so you should be able to use just about anything you want.

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do what i will be doing with my mini...if u have a LCD tv with dvi input( or vga)....hook it up to your tv...so much comfort on that couch!
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