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    Portable monitors for desktops

    by arosefit7 ·

    I’m not even sure if this is a thing. I have a desktop pc, and instead of having a stationary monitor for it, I’d like something portable that I can take between rooms but still be connected to the desktop. Is this possible? And if so what hardware would work best to accomplish this?

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    • #2416402

      Re: monitor

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Portable monitors for desktops

      What would you do with the monitor while being in another room?

    • #2416400

      Here’s one way.

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Portable monitors for desktops

      Go get some VESA mount then have your tech or you attach it to the desktop.


      • #2414762

        Another option

        by birdmantd ·

        In reply to Here’s one way.

        What about using an Android tablet, iPad or smart TV connected via Bluetooth or WiFi interface from the computer ?? The OP could cast (assuming he is using MS Windows) to external devices.

        • #2414761

          The more I help folk cast video.

          by rproffitt ·

          In reply to Another option

          The more I dislike it. There’s always a reason it didn’t work.

          AFAIK, I’m the only one that showed “video” over Bluetooth over a decade ago. It was not a lot of pixels and was 1 to 5 frames a second. I’ve yet to see that improve.

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          by birdmantd ·

          In reply to The more I help folk cast video.

          Never forget that Bluetooth technology has quickly evolved over just the past few years. May be new products available today that perform better.

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