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Lenovo x1 carbon - This doesnt have a VGA port? If no how to use a projector ?  Adapter?

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Does it even have a DVI port?
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by:tsnirone
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It has usb ports. The adapter I posted was:

USB (on the carbon) -> DVI/VGA

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I see its usb3 > adapter.
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Points given for USB adapter, so Mini-DisplayPort to VGA adapter part# deleted.
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same laptop if you want to give your opinion .....
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Hardware/Laptops_Notebooks/Q_27986075.html
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No, thanks.
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