Apple iBook to VGA adaptor Powerbook VGA display adapter
The Apple VGA cable was specially designed to allow users to connect an eMac, iMac flat panel, PowerBook G4 (12" TFT display), or iBook to an extra VGA monitor or external projector (equipped with VGA) for 24-bit video-mirroring. The VGA cable plugs into the VGA video-out port built into your eMac, iMac flat panel, PowerBook G4 (12"), or iBook. Important: Compatible only with eMac, iMac, PowerBook (12") or iBooks having a VGA port. Certain iBook models may also have an A/V port for composite video-out. Use an Apple A/V Cable for composite video-out. The VGA cable is for VGA video-out only.
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