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wireless monitors?


Daisy22

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I don't keep too up to date with technology but wondered if it is possible to get one of these?

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woodchip

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Not that I know off, You would also need a wireless Graphics card

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robinofloxley

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Our Wireless Monitor at school used to polish the Walnut, lug the batteries for charging and occasionally change the valves.

Or are you wanting babies or electricity consumption Miss?

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woodchip

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Not that I know off, You would also need a wireless Graphics card,

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spuds

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I could be completely off track here, but the only wireless monitors that I know of, are used in the CCTV industry, and would not be suitable for general computer use.

There is a forum member who deals and advices on this type of equipment. Perhaps he might see the thread and contribute any updates on this subject?.

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Mr Mistoffelees

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Available now Wireless graphics card

A bit expensive though.

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jim365

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Don't think these are available, and not sure why you would want one?

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