Question about Sonic Computers & Internet
I was given a View Sonic V Panel 181 Monitor but I don't know if I have all the parts to hook it up...
From a review on ComputerShopper.com:
"The ViewPanel VP181 supports both SVGA and DVI (digital video) ports and works with a wide variety of Macs and PCs."
You should be able to hook it up providing that you have a power cable and a video cable. Some come with one or both cables attached. If not, you may have to purchase one or both.
Most people have at least a SVGA connection that usually has a blue connector on the back of the computer that your monitor may already be hooked to. If the VP 181 monitor doesn't have a cable with that connector on the end, then you'll need to purchase one.
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