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Laptop reuse of monitor, keyboard and mouse

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I occasionally wish I could plug other devices into my hp machine to use my hp laptop as a monitor, keyboard and mouse. I have a raspberry pi and it would be perfect for it. I wish my laptop had a toggle button/switch to change it from using as a laptop to using as a host for my pi. If the toggle was activated then the hdmi out would become an in and my usb would become an out to my pi.
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Yeah if only. HP does not make a curved all in one machine that is very cool and can be both a computer and a monitor. Has an HDMI in and an HDMI out. I am not aware of any other computer that does such a thing. 


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