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Old 04-06-2008, 04:19 PM   #13
Steve Rindsberg
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>>Any reasonably modern laptop will connect happily to a digital projector. In fact, we use laptops almost exclusively for data projection at work. Make sure you have at least one spare video -> video cable. They seem to grow legs and walk at inopportune moments. In my experience, anyway.

Not to mention a locking cable for the laptop itself. They can sprout (much more expensive) legs almost as quickly as the cables can.

   
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