- — Marco Baciarello (@macbac)Wed, Jun 06 2012 23:58:45@daringfireball nice first-world observation, but I’ve yet to find a large (medical) congress venue with anything else but VGA cables…
- — MisterD (@MisterD)Wed, Jun 06 2012 22:55:57I get @gruber’s point ( http://daringfireball.net/linked/2012/06/07/vga-puck …l.net/linked/2012/06/07/vga-puck), but in many places (like most K-12 classrooms), if there’s a projector at all, it’s VGA-only.
- — Paul M. Watson (@paulmwatson)Thu, Jun 07 2012 01:20:41I actually wish my MacBook did have a VGA port. The dongle is a pain in the IO port. http://daringfireball.net/linked/2012/06/07/vga-puck …l.net/lgruber2012/06/07/vga-puck /via @gruber
- — Paul M. Watson (@paulmwatson)Thu, Jun 07 2012 01:39:02
- — Ryan G. Poirier (@RGPphotog)Thu, Jun 07 2012 03:31:48
- — Rick Lobrecht (@rlobrecht)Thu, Jun 07 2012 05:06:40@gruber Most corporate conference rooms still sport projectors with only VGA cables, even though the projectors have DVI or better ports.
- — Stephen Fleming (@StephenFleming)Thu, Jun 07 2012 05:51:04@gruber is mocking new PC laptops for including VGA ports? Eliminates the dongle problem w/Mac laptops. Old tech, but a reasonable decision.