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Video Output
By Chris De Herrera, Copyright 2002, 2003

Version 1.01  Revised: 6/30/2003

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Introduction

So you want to display your Pocket PC screen on a video display?  Well with the right peripheral you can connect your iPAQ to a VGA monitor or projector, NTSC or PAL video (RCA Jack) or SVideo to a TV.

Peripheral Description Output
Colorgraphics Voyager PC Card Supports video display of the Pocket PC's screen.  VGA
Colorgraphics Voyager CompactFlash Card Supports video display of the Pocket PC's screen.  Does not support direct video writes to the screen (ie: Pocket TV or Windows Media Player) VGA, NTSC, PAL, and SVideo
iBIZ pocketPresenter CompactFlash Supports video display of the Pocket PC's screen.  VGA, NTSC, PAL
Lifeview Flyjacket - iPAQ Sleeve Supports video display of the Pocket PC's screen.  Supports video capture from NTSC, PAL or SVideo. Includes infrared remote. VGA, NTSC, PAL, and SVideo
Margi Systems Presenter to Go PC Card Supports video display of the Pocket PC's screen.  Supports direct writes to the screen. Includes wireless remote. VGA
Margi Systems Presenter to Go CompactFlash Card Supports video display of the Pocket PC's screen.  Supports direct writes to the screen. VGA

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