Errr, this thread is male toxicity. Jk, boys rule, girls drool. I can be a good door guard to make sure no girls get in.
.::: Morgan would grab his radio from his backpack, turning on his gas lamp and holds down the PTT :::. " H-Hello? I am looking for a person who g-goes by the name "Stan", If you hear this, I wanted to let you know that I am still around. I hope you're doing well, I spent some time alone wi-with freeman, the teddybear you gave me to -- cope, ya kn -- " * A loud, repetitive banging can be heard on a door in the background. A thud is also heard as his radio fell from his hand, he can be heard mumbling to himself before it cuts to static * .::: End of Transmission :::.
Right, here we go. I have been using a lil 24 inch TV as a monitor for awhile, does me exactly what I need and I don't plan to change out of it until I get some money in. I dug up an old monitor, an Acer X203H which as a quick Google search will tell you, only takes VGA input. My lil TV takes HDMI but only has 1 HDMI port on the back. My question is, is there a way of going dual monitors with one monitor only supporting HDMI and the other supporting only a VGA. I've tried it but no image on the VGA supported monitor. Pls send halp. P.S. Never had dual monitors, I'm new to the scene, don't judge. Kthx.
Laptops are ancient devices, I kid. MSI and Dell are typically a good brand for gaming, obviously a PC is a better bet, I'm sure you have your reasons. https://www.amazon.com/Dell-Inspiron-15-Quad-Core-Thunderbolt/dp/B0794BZJDJ/ref=as_li_ss_tl?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1546892445&sr=1-8&keywords=laptop+gtx+1060&linkCode=sl1&tag=chipstore-20&linkId=a8f7365d8442bbc95864755252ab587d Compact 1060, came out not too long ago. Can't go wrong with an i5 and 8GB for your multitasking needs.