Its the socket in the computer where the monitor or projector is plugged in
A projector is to project what you will screen on a monitor. It is normally used for meetings, school eduction and work.
A PC Projector Interfaces with a computer to project what is on the monitor to a large screen.
Yes, it will work fine. You can use the USB out or the Monitor out connections.
yes, it's similar to a monitor, and there is no way to input data from projector.
Monitor and projector
If the projector is SNMP enabled, any network monitoring software out there will be able to do it for you.
it shows the monitor screen on a wall
a computer, a projector and a monitor
a monitor, an computer screen, a projector
Connect the VGA monitor out on the PC to the VGA input on the projector. If your projector does not have a VGA or DVI input, the resolution of the projector is probably not high enough to adequately display the screen of a computer.
No, it serves for output, like a monitor or printer
A monitor or a video projector.
Monitor, printer, speaker, projector, etc.
monitor speaker and projector
When you are creating an image to be displayed on a screen (ie. computer monitor, TV, cell phone, electronic tablet, or projector).
i think it should be. what make Ethernet to be working with a projector that someone can monitor and controlling the projector from far distance. i think the GPS should also be working for projectors.
Yes, you can use a computer without a visual display device specifically made for computers. Examples include projector screens or most newer Flat TV screens with a computer monitor input plug.
printer, monitor, projector, headphones
*headphones *monitor *speaker *GPS *projector hope that helps :)
" Go get me that projector, please".
A projector is strictly an output device. It merely displays what would appear on the monitor/screen. Touchscreens are I/O devices.
Press the function key that will redirect the video output to the external monitor.