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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by fooz911, Apr 9, 2008.
I had a Macbook white , and I want to play PS3 on it !
Can you help me guy's //
it's just not possible.
on the other hand maybe it is:
As in use the MacBook as a monitor or actually play PS3 games on the MacBook itself?
I think some of the EyeTVs will allow this.
only using the macbook screen as a monitor.
this is for Macbook pro !
I've the other one , so there is another solution
you'd need to get the macbook back first
I have my Macbook now , don't worry my friend
the thread starter has yet to make this clear yet!
being there isn't an "in" port for third party devices to use the screen of the laptop, i sincerely doubt this is possible.
besides, there isn't a huge difference in "widescreen" of even a 17" MBP than a regular old 19" or larger TV. it just might look a little better.
As mentioned, you can do this with an EyeTV. I have a Hybrid and it works perfectly with no noticeable lag (unless you enable recording).
Is there an app to allow you to control your PS3 via bluetooth? Ie. Instead of using the gamepad, to use the keyboard on a macbook through bluetooth? I use my PS3 to stream from my Mac, and as such it would be helpful.