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Connection to a Projector for presentation

Connection to a Projector for presentation

Connection to a Projector for presentation

(OP)
Hi, i have aipaq h3800 and i would like to use it to present a database i have created, is this possible?

Thank you


Deebs

RE: Connection to a Projector for presentation

Try pocketpc.com,  pocketpc magazine, mobile computing.

I have seen articles on presentation adapters for certain pocketpc models.

Try google.com for searching.

Dave Y

RE: Connection to a Projector for presentation

(OP)
Anymore suggestions

RE: Connection to a Projector for presentation

Have you found anymore info?  

The latest issue of Pocket PC Magazine, March 2003 has info on page 21 - CF VGA Out Adapter used with Razor A600.  Page 22, 23 ViewsSonic covers PowerPoint.

See www.pocketpcmag.com for other info.

Dave Y

RE: Connection to a Projector for presentation

You can get the CF adapter from colorgraphic.net, this will work with several of the PPT for Pocket PC software packages out there. Conduits.com has just released a new version that works with PPT97 - XP.

Nancy

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