Can we connect a laptop to a CPU and uses laptop screen as the monitor for CPU? I want to take my CPUs but I dont want carry the monitors and keyboards if possible. Therefore I want to use the keyboard and screen of my laptop as input and output devices of another cpu. Thank you
It's either impossible or very hard to do. Input and output is connected to a motherboard so if you want to take your CPU with you you'll have to open up your laptop, remove the CPU from the motherboard. It's totally useless so why do you want to do this, can you describe it with more detail?
@albuferque- Thank you for your information. The software seems to be one which is used for monitoring. Is it useful for gaining complete control like it happens in remote desktop?
@charles- The link does not seem to work. any ideas?
Yes, It is essentially remote desktop. But I like it better because it uses 256bit encryption and it is easier to connect to a remote computer.
That is a good point.
But I still use it because I do trust logmein.com. Having the software client that hooks up to their servers allows me to attach to remote computers with out having to creating a route through their firewall.
In this regard, using logmein is really ideal and I have been using it since long (although occasionally).
It eliminates the need of any special setup/config if we are behind a firewall/router.
Anyway, Wish you all the best for you project.
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It is useful to use extra screens such as a laptop after it's use as a main system is past. Just a little wacky.
im sure you can find a war to do this via bluetooth, I have seen a few programs that do something to the effect of what you are looking for.
The problem with bluetooth there is no possible way to transmit the date required for a video signal. As the bluetooth standard only gives you the bandwidth for 1-2Mbs a sec which is way under the need for a basic video signal, i.e. DVI runs at 1.65 Gbit/s x 3 data paths.
it probably is, but probably very hard to do