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Windows 7: Compare USB to DVI HDMI VGA Video Adapter

17 May 2010   #1

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Compare USB to DVI HDMI VGA Video Adapter

Hey guys! I want to connect my samsung 30 inch HDTV to my Toshiba Satellite L505. And i found two kinds of usb video display adapter: one is no brand usb to dvi hdmi vga adapter and another is SewellDirect Minideck USB to DVI Multi Display adapter. I don't know if my 30 inch tv can be compatible with FULL 1080P movies. Here is those two adapters:
USB to HDMI Adapter-USB 2.0 to DVI/VGA/HDMI Multi-Display Adapter
Sewell Minideck USB to DVI, VGA and HDMI Display Adapter - SW-22857, $99.95

Any suggestions will be appreciated! thanks

My System SpecsSystem Spec
17 May 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

The Sewell one supports more resolutions, so get that one.
The no-name one doesn't have 1280x720 listed in its specs, which is what non-1080P TV's use.
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