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Asked by: Donald Walker 236 views Hardware March 2, 2019

what is this? ?

Addition: If you change the display (DVI interface), is this thing to keep, this display is VGA interface

Addition: Now this display is VGA interface

8 Answers

  1. +2Votes  

    This is the power supply for the display. Generally, the thin and light displays are equipped with an external power supply. This is left with the old display, and the new display is included.

    Question: Just buy the DVI line?

    Answer: Well, the new mid-to-high end monitors have DVI or HDMI interfaces to see which one you need. The old power adapter and the old monitor are placed together, and if they are sold at the second place, they must be sold together.

    Robert- March 2, 2019 |

  2. +5Votes  

    Power Adapter,

    Timothy Williams- March 2, 2019 |

  3. +4Votes  

    This is the power adapter for the monitor, which is used to power the monitor. If you only replace the DVI interface —– need to keep the

    Steven Brown- March 3, 2019 |

  4. +7Votes  

    This is the power adapter of the old monitor

    Gary- March 3, 2019 |

  5. +7Votes  

    This is the transformer, Without this, your monitor can’t be used. Now the monitor doesn’t have this.

    Stephen- March 4, 2019 |

  6. +4Votes  

    This is the adapter, the voltage is changed, whether you are DVI or VAG

    Janet- March 4, 2019 |

  7. +5Votes  

    This is Power, put it with the old monitor

    Susan Wood- March 4, 2019 |

  8. +3Votes  

    The picture is the power supply, if it is the interface, you don’t have to stay.

    Daniel Ward- March 4, 2019 |