AFAIK the G4's have stopped using the special apple monitor connection
- though they may use dual-DVI, depending on resolution and connection type.
You should be able to connect any standard VGA-type monitor, or any DVI
monitor - though the resolution may not be as high.
I'm only going on what I've read - and I only use apple laptops and
servers, not their desktops, so I'm open to correction on this.
Hope it helps. Usual disclaimers apply, etc.
Hamilton, David (TSG C&I) wrote:
> Anyone know where I can get my hands on an apple monitor, or any monitor
> that will work with G4.
> A friend of mine's 21" has just retired itself, and he needs a screen
> I know they are generally not compatible with other branded monitors,
> but maybe someone knows different.
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