Use TV as video with Notepad

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How can I use my TV as video with my notepad?
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For streaming to a TV from a mobile device remotely your most popular methods are Roku, Chromecast and Amazon Fire stick.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Your query is not cleared here! Did you mean, while a program is running and write the contents of program on notepad! Some mobile devices come with this ability to write with their pad. But this technology differs, if I understood correctly. Please come back with more and clear details.
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  • TheRealRaven
    Do you simply want to use a TV as an external display? What kind of TV? What kind of "notepad"?
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  • ToddN2000
    You might be able to connect your computers video output to you TV if you have the right connections. What type of computer and TV do you have? You may be able to do it via an HDMI cable. Why would you want to run notepad on a screen that large?
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  • bpoynter
    Not a notepad, but an RCA notebook (laptop). My bad. Right now I can use ROKU through Wifi, but I don't have a HDMI cable port on my notebook. 
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  • ToddN2000
    What model notebook? Do you know what the port types are for video out?
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  • bpoynter
    It's an RCA Viking Pro 10.1. Does that help?
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  • TheRealRaven
    A RCA Viking Pro 10.1 should come with a HDMI port. It's listed as standard, but you'll probably need to buy a cable.
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  • bpoynter
    I'll check it out. Thx.
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  • ToddN2000
    Have you looked at Chromecast or Roku streaming devices?
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  • bpoynter
    As a matter of fact, yes. I just bought a Roku. Problem solved. Someone here suggested it. Thanks for staying with me. 
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Glad to know that, your problem is solved. Thank you.
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  • Kevin Beaver
    I've found that Microsoft's Wireless Display Adapter works pretty well:
    https://www.microsoft.com/accessories/en-us/products/adapters/wireless-display-adapter-2/p3q-00001
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  • bpoynter
    Someone just introduced me to Chromecast.
    YUCK. Only works with a few apps.
    Roku works pretty well, but I think this is what I was looking for in the first place.
    Thx.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    As far as my knowledge, roku is better.
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