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Want to connect 2012 Mac Mini to HP Elite L2201x

Is it possible to use this HP display port monitor with the current Mac Mini? What is the cheapest, most effective way?

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First, monitors. Unless you have a great hook up from the next level, you will most likely have a:
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($20) is well worth enjoying what you've paid for.

The "possible adapter" is a white (made by Apple for Apple) proprietary adapter that is required to connect any Macintosh laptop that IS NOT of the ALUMINUM POWERBOOK or MAC BOOK or MACBOOK PRO series, to a monitor. All recent Macintosh laptops ship with 1 form or another of a video adapter.

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