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Old Jun 13, 2007, 06:04 PM   #1
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Can a G4 1.4 Mini Run a 20" Widescreen LCD?

Will it be ok? My mom wants to get one. I know my macbook can do it, but can a G4 mini? She isnt' a pro user.
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Yeah, it should be able to run a 20" widescreen fine.
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Old Jun 13, 2007, 06:12 PM   #3
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Whew!

My mom is letting me have it while it "airs" out. (She is very sensitive to new electronics smells). Awesome.
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My Gateway 22" widescreen works fantastic. No hitches, lovely 1680 X 1050 res picture is bright and clear.

G4 mini 1.42, 1gb ram
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Yup - Works fine on a Dell 2007FPW
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A rather ridiculous question, but would an Intel Mini support 1680 x 1050? I'm very much considering a mini, and I would like to purchase a widescreen monitor to replace my 17" CRT...and I'm trying to decide between a 19" (1440 x 900) and a 20" (1680 x 1050).
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A rather ridiculous question, but would an Intel Mini support 1680 x 1050? I'm very much considering a mini, and I would like to purchase a widescreen monitor to replace my 17" CRT...and I'm trying to decide between a 19" (1440 x 900) and a 20" (1680 x 1050).
Yeah, the intel Mini can support 1680x1050. It can support up to a 1920x1200 screen.
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