usb to vga?

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  1. andre.bates

    andre.bates Member

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    I would lile to connect my Archos 101 to a monitor so I can use it to present powerpoint lectures. Is this possible? Some advice would be appreciated.
     
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    There is not an Android 2.2 USB to VGA pathway. You cannot use the devices made for PCs.

    There is a way to do this using the Mini-HDMI port on the 101. You can connect it to any monitor or projector which has an HDMI interface built-in. The other way is to purchase a powered HDMI to DVI or VGA converter. Note, I emphasize powered and remember it is not cheap. The cheapest which work are ~$100USD.

    I have done the first option to great success on a projector which had HDMI connector point. A thing that helps is to deres the powerpoint to a 1024x768 logic. The converter solution does work. but remember the unit is an additional cost and one more thing to carry or go wrong.
     

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