Question about Televison & Video
I purchased a JNC LCD TV in 2007 for my young son because it has lots of features including connection to become a PC (computer). I bought in from Harvey Norman but understand the manufacturer is now out of business. I was wondering if anyone has converted the TV to a PC via the manual's instructions using a VGA cable, audio cable, modem and presume keyboard. Does it work? Also should I buy an old modem or can I use the new wireless modem/routers (whatever that is)? My son needs a computer for school, but they are so expensive (over AUS $1,000). Considering the TV has the capacity to convert to becoming a computer, surely it's more economical to purchase these other items (cables & keyboard) or get the modem 2nd hand? HELP!
To my understanding,LCD can only be connected as monitor ,not to become a computer itself.if ever it can be use as one, you'll need all the basic of the computer accessories.wireless modem can be use as long as there is a slot for or the unit is compatible for a wireless connection.check first if there is a socket for keyboards and everything before buying.since it can be connected only by vga cable, i assume that it is for monitor use only,unless you want to use two monitors at the same time.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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