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My OS is win 7 prof 64 bit and I borrowed the above projector for a seminar.  But the presenter's laptop is a mac.  My Q is whether the standard cable that comes with the projector and connects to an IBM pc can be used for a Mac.  I have never used a Mac, thus this Q.  Thank u.
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You did not give the model of the Infocus.  However I think you will find out connectivity is the same for MAC/PC.  such as VGA, HDMI or display port.  Most common being VGA
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Depending on your model of Mac, you can use the vga cable that the PC uses but you will need and adapter to plug into the Mac. There have been several types of connections over the last few years so without knowing the model it is hard to say which adapter you need.
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thank u.
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