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I have a Nec Z1 ( www.businessweek.com/1999/99_26/b3635115.htm ) and the monitor is attatched to the compputer itself as yoouu can see in the picture. The monitor is removable so i wanted to use it with my new compputer but i don't knnow hte port that it uses. It is not a VGA. It doesn't have pins either. It is hollow in the middle and the connecter on the other side htat it sits on is filed in the middle and is hollow on the outside. Anyone knnows what port this is?
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Here is what I was able to find, but I dont know what to tell you? I would have to look at the connector. According to this it is 3d AGP graphics, but I dont know the connector? I would say call NEC.

Form Factor All-in-one
Processor Intel Pentium III 450 MHz
Installed Memory 96 MB (SDRAM)
Operating System Microsoft Windows 98
Display 15 in. Flat Panel LCD TFT (Active Matrix)
Recommended Use Corporate Business, Small Business
Processor Type Intel Pentium III
Processor Speed 450 MHz
Processor Manufacturer Intel
Processor Upgradability Upgradable
Max Processors Qty. 1
Display Type Flat Panel LCD
Size 15 in.
Bus Speed 100 MHz
Video Output Interface AGP
RAM Technology SDRAM
Installed RAM 96 MB
Max Supported RAM 256 MB
Installed Video Memory 8 MB
Installed Cache Memory 512 KB
Hard Drive
Hard Drive Capacity 8.4 GB
Hard Drive Interface DMA/ATA-33 (Ultra)
Optical Drive Type DVD-ROM
Optical Drive Read Speed 6x (DVD)
Other Drives
Floppy Drive 3.5" 1.44 MB floppy
Audio / Video
Audio Output Type Sound Card
Modem Type Modem
Networking Type Network Adapter
Data Link Protocol Ethernet • Fast Ethernet
Weight 35.06 lb.
1 Year
MPN 845625
Product ID 20128940
Exterior Color White
More Information
Sophisticated, elegant, and refined, the Z1 by NEC affords a sleek all-in-one design that unites a distinctive flat-panel display with the latest technology and most advanced features. Control of all onscreen operations on the stunningly brilliant Active Matrix TFT XGA flat-panel display is provided by a uniquely designed Wireless Multimedia Keyboard offers the freedom of cordless operation. Awesome multimedia capabilities include top-performance 3D AGP graphics, high fidelity 3D PCI AC'97 audio with integrated stereo speakers, and DVD-ROM technology for the latest achievements in digital entertainment

Edited by rivekm, 10 February 2006 - 01:14 PM.

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ah...so the nec z1 is a self contained computer...that may very well be a proprietary plug just for use with the computer
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im thinkin same dsenette
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Ok thnx guys
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