TV to XGA adapter

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Hi. I was thinking of purchasing a TV, but my room is a little small, so a TV would not fit in with the mess in my room. So I thought of buying a LCD TV, but they are too expensive . But I found out that you can convert your LCD monitor into TV itsellf, using this

http://laptops.home.att.net/tv-on-your-lcd-monitor.html

If anyone have anything to share, please help me out. I'm still doubtful about this thing, is it as good as it says? Can the LCD monitor be view at any angle, unlike the laptop's LCD? Please help. Thanks

  • Jan 16, 2005

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It depends a lot on the monitor. Some screens have really good visibility at any angle, others get the laptop effect going on just 45 degrees off. Look at your monitor in action before you shell out for it, if you can!

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Thanks. LCD Monitors are new to me, as they some of them are not the with the one in notebooks..

  • Jan 16, 2005

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