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Hi! i wanted connect my toshiba laptop to my new Panasonic plasma tv via HDMI. is it posibble? or what are those cable needed. thanks

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Well first does your laptop have a HDMI port on the side if so then yes you can take a HDMI cable plug it into the laptop while it is on and then plug it into the tv it should set it self up.

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