Not too long ago somebody wanted to connect their Xbox 360 VGA to their TV; this sounds like the same thing. I imagined the solution simply consisting of some cables and adapters, but another poster said that a "box" would need to be involved (at a cost of $169). Here's the post:
As for DVI to HDMI, that one's easy. I'm using a DVI-HDMI cable and it'll go as high as the computer's video card will support. I'm sure monoprice has them.
Well as some may recall I'm eventually going to get the Sony XBR970 (I've been out of work so I've been kinda broke). Problem is I kind've want to hook my laptop up to it but it doesn't have a VGA or DVI input, only HDMI and component. Is there any way to hook my laptop up to this TV (And no S-Video is not an option, I don't want a 640X480 res)? And before I even bother trying to do it in the first place will the image from the computer even look good on a 34" tube TV running in 720p upscaled to 1080i (The TV automatically upscales all signals to 1080i)? Finally, I don't think I have a DVI output but I do have VGA, I'd still like to hear any suggestions for DVI for future reference since I might get a new computer soon but if theres an option using VGA it would be more helpful.