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What Kind Of Projector?

I am wondering of what projector would be good to have for my laptop. I need a projector that is small and runs off a battery. I don't want an adapter of VGA to anything.

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Your spec means there are none.

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"I don't want an adapter of VGA to anything."

Since you don't allow the adapter or use of VGA to anything then how would you propose the video from the laptop get to the projector?

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Sorry for the confusion

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I meant that i did not want to get an adapter that would go on the VGA connector of my computer to something like composite or component. I hope this clarifies my question.

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Here's one.

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