Brian Foster wrote:
> | Date: Sun, 03 Jan 2010 14:49:56 +0000
> | From: Kevin Brennan <kevin.brennan at redsquared.com>
> |[ ... ]
> | It's used for three things Wii, DVD player and PC. [ ... ]
> | PC is not heavily used as it's really for kids to use but I would
> | be happy with it as a desktop.
>> I should have been a bit clearer: The ONLY thing it will be used
> for is a PC. I don't have, don't want, and won't get, a TV, DVD
> player, or games console. It's for a (elderly) Linux-only PC,
> albeit one of these days a newer/modern PC cannot be ruled out.
I was really just pointing out that it was versatile, it's nice to have
DVI, HDMI and a VGA connector all on a single unit.
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