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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by EthosX, Aug 18, 2012.
Why apple never made nice design and quality convertning adapter DVI to HDMI ?
Because none of Apple computers have a DVI port.
They did. Both my 2006 17" C2D and the PowerMac Book 17" (one before last model) did. AFAIK, I ran a DVI-HDMI cable directly from the 2006 to my 50" plasma. Still using same cable with my Early 2009 17" MBP, though through a DVI <> mini-display port (Apple).
Yes, they did. Past tense.
Even their 2007-8 models had mini-DVI. Apple obviously doesn't like DVI due to it's thickness.
The thread topic ("never") is also past tense. In my opinion, gr8tfly's post is perfectly valid.
what? what a ******** u unknowledged person are? ar u been blind or what?
or do u know what macbook pro is? no you dont !
u defo some 13 year old what your parents purchased an apple laptop and you dont care about anything .. that people used AND STILL USING older mcbpros
My Powermac G5 does?
Because DVI-HDMI adapters are trivial, cheap, and plentiful. No need for Apple to make one.
Actually, using an adapter is ugly, when you can just buy a DVI-HDMI cable.
am toggling btw macBpro and acer
Guess youre new to apple.
My Powermac G5 has a DVI port.
Oh wow. Sorry if I offended people, but when I said that 'Apple doesn't make computers with a DVI port" I was talking about right now. I know it sounds like I was talking about their very old pre-2007 models. Apple hasn't had DVI in their notebook lineup in a long time.
No need to be to that aggressive.
Yes I do know. I own one.
And I am definitely not some "13 year old kid". Not sure even why that matters or why you seem to so angry.
I just worked on a 2006 pro that had a DVI port. Aside from the old track pad and slow speed, the design was damn awesome, and the computer still worked like a dream. I was a little jealous of the owner at the time.
What's that have to do with me?