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Use my all in one as a monitor

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Hello, I'd like to use my All in one HP 27-DP0001NP as a monitor to my HP Elitebook 1040 G3.

Is it possible by wireless? I think by HDMI is not possible.

Thank you

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@PMHFC 

Wireless -- no -- HDMI would work only if the port on the All-in-One was INPUT, and when there is only one HDMI port, it is OUTPUT.



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