how can i insure a new computer has a tv facility

how can i insure a new computer has a tv out facility and does this mean i can watch a dvd ex my computer on a tv in the sitting room via a cable? aerial or whatever?

  SG Atlantis® 22:41 08 Jul 06

by looking at the spec.

  woodchip 22:43 08 Jul 06

By asking, And get down in writing

  johnnyrocker 23:16 08 Jul 06

i doubt via aerial but with a bit of jiggery pokery can be achieved.


johnny.

  GaT7 23:21 08 Jul 06

You need to get a computer that has a TV-out connection - something most new computers these days will have as standard. But don't assume it will definitely have one as some PC's may have integrated graphics or a very basic graphics card & no TV-out. As the others have said, look in the spec & ask for this at the time of purchase.

"does this mean i can watch a dvd ex my computer on a tv in the sitting room via a cable? aerial or whatever?"

No, basically TV-out means you can connect your PC to your TV (with the appropiate cables & adapters), & use your TV as a display or watch a DVD INcluding your PC - some good info/advice click here. G

  GaT7 23:24 08 Jul 06

Sorry, please ignore the first sentence. G

  Stuartli 23:24 08 Jul 06

You can't insure it, but you could ensure it...:-)

  terryf 01:12 09 Jul 06

Yes of course you can insure it, ask any insurance broker but surely it is already covered by your home and contents policy.

  Catastrophe 02:23 09 Jul 06

Consult an insurance company?

  Stuartli 10:29 09 Jul 06

I know sarcasm is the lowest form of humour but I was only doing a bit of leg pulling...:-)

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