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Was looking for a nice way of not having to lug around a monitor or tv to play on the go since I bring my laptop almost everywhere. Is there tv tuner card with HDMI inputs or even composite would work I suppose?
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Originally Posted by Death Dealer;13388419 
Was looking for a nice way of not having to lug around a monitor or tv to play on the go since I bring my laptop almost everywhere. Is there tv tuner card with HDMI inputs or even composite would work I suppose?

I know cards exist that support 'HDMI In' And I know of USB Capture cards, such as the K world V-Stream USB 2.0 DVD maker Capture. But weather it will allow you to show fullscreen, at full res, with a decent framerate/response time is something you will have to check the manufacturer about. Or find the product you want, and google reviews to check its real world specs out.
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USB 2.0 supports up to 480mbps which is what my laptop has I would think you be able to support HD through the USB.
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If you get a quality capture device i think you could get it to work, but its probably going to be a bit expensive.
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