That Tiny Screen Is An Eye-Sore!
I don't know about you, but I HATE using laptops.
TV and desktop computer screens are getting so nice and big that every time I end up on a laptop I squint and hunt to find everything I need.
It's an impossible balance: either the text and webpages are too small to read, or everything is so big that 5 words take up the whole screen!
But then I found this little lifesaver.
It changes EVERYTHING!
It lets you connect DVI display devices to HDMI ones!
(Basically, computers/laptops to HDTVs or new computer monitors!)
For starters, think about this: your tiny little laptop displaying on your huge, high-quality HDTV!
Yeah, that's like something outta your dreams! The difference is STAGGERING!
With a screen that big, you can do anything!
But That's Only ONE Option!
You may have noticed that DVI is gettin' phased out for HDMI... well, you know that means if you upgrade to a new computer, you might not even HAVE DVI output!
That means they want you to toss your old monitor and get a brand new HDMI one.
Those things aren't cheap!
Just grab your handy new adapter and connect your HDMI laptop to your old DVI monitor and you're good to go! That's it!
So not only does this give you options to enjoy computing on the big screen... you can also keep using your older monitors without having to drop $200 on one you don't even want!
That's a big-time money saver & it lets you keep using the monitor you like!
Oh, speaking of saving money....
I'm taking the amazing sale price on this item and LOWERING it!
This used to go for almost $15, but now... its only $8.97!
This sale isn't going to last forever! Make sure to hop on it before Sunday when the price goes up to $12.97
This adapter makes it easy to enjoy your laptop or other DVI display device on an newer, larger screens! It's the fastest and easiest way to bridge the gap between DVI and HDMI! Simply plug this into the middle and you're done!
- DVI-D to HDMI Adapter
- DVI-D Dual Link Male
- HDMI Female
- Connects DVI out devices to HDMI displays.
- Device with DVI-D connector
- Note: DVI does not support audio data transfer.