Laptop LCD screen replacement for your broken notebook

JohnMHoyt Apple, Business, Computer Repair, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, iPad, Lenovo, Mac, Microsoft, Mobile, Windows 2 Comments

A frequent call we get here at Homeland Secure IT is the person who has a broken notebook in need of repair. The majority of the calls involve a the laptop LCD screen having been damaged or simply failing to operate correctly. Issues might include the backlight not illuminating the screen (IE: black screen), scrambled text and graphics, blank areas …

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Stream video & audio from your Windows notebook / computer to your big screen TV or projector wirelessly

JohnMHoyt Computer Sales, Computer Support, Connectivity, Entertainment and Arts, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, IP Surveillance, Microsoft, Sales, Technology, Windows Leave a Comment

The question of the day was from a client who asked, “How can I display what I see on my notebook to my big screen TV, without physically connecting it?”. Obviously, connecting the notebook to your LCD TV is probably the easiest thing in the world, using an HDMI, DVI or even VGA cable, however, it is inconvenient, especially if …

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What is the best boardroom or conference room video display system?

JohnMHoyt Business, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, Technology 2 Comments

I was at a meeting today in a nicely laid out conference room, and it made me think about how various businesses use video displays. Here are a few options for typical boardrooms: Whiteboard, permanent screen or wall  for display with a projector on the table, and cables running everywhere (currently how I do it at our office) Exposed retractable …

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