Connecting laptop to monitor wirelessly

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I just noticed that the HDMI port on my laptop is completely dead. I looked for a VGA port but can't find that either. Any other way I can connect my laptop to my monitor wirelessly?
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  • ToddN2000
    It depends on the monitors capabilities. You might be able to use Bluetooth or something like Chromecast.
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  • TheRealRaven
    Two possibilities come to mind.

    First, Dell makes a wireless monitor, though I know very little about them. (They could conceivably only work with current Dell hardware.) But they're also apparently currently unavailable due to vulnerabilities such as Meltdown and Spectre.

    And second, you could also pick up a cheap used laptop or other system to run the monitor, load it up with Linux, and use remote desktop to display your laptop output on that monitor. That's almost certainly the cheapest way to go.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    How old is your laptop? Is it under warranty? If yes, check that warranty and ask for help to the vendor's authorized service center. This is the best way. You can connect, but it appears it may not work well for graphic intensive applications specially video streaming.
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