Computer LCD displays operate in a very similar way to LCD televisions. The input signals are normally different to those available on a television but otherwise, the technologies used are the same for both.
First check that your TV has a PC input of not. There is a PC Input in newly built LCD's and plasma's attach a cable(monitor cable) from your CPU or laptop into PC Input.For details refer to your LCD/Plasma User Manual.
You can obtain a cable that connects from your PC to your television at Walmart or any electronics store.
yes provided you have the correct cables.
PS2's work on most t.v's but i tryed it and it was a toshbia brand lcd and the lcd tv broke so i'd go with the hdtv :D
LCD TV bracket prices can be found on many useful sites such as wikipedia and tom's hardware. Many magazines such as PC Gamer and PC Hardware also carry this information.
The PS3 will work on any TV you can connect it to
A 26 inch LCD TV can be bought in High Street stores such as Currys and PC World. Alternatively, one can buy a 26 inch LCD TV from the online retailer Amazon.
If your lcd is a newer tv, then most of the time, the 64's will not work with the video ins. Some of the older lcd's can run 64 but your best bet is just running it on an older tv.
Yes, you can use a wall mount for your LCD TV. It will give your home more of a newer feel when you have it mounted!
you can get a plasma or an LCD TV, that will work perfect
The answer it's a VGA. To connect the TV with an LCD nowadays some graphic cards give an HDMI option. There are also cables from VGA to HDMI.