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Are there any PC monitor goggles or glasses?

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Old January 14th 18, 04:12 AM posted to alt.computer,alt.computer.workshop,alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
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Default Are there any PC monitor goggles or glasses?

It seems that it would sometimes be convenient if there are some type of goggles
we could hook up to a computer to do some quick tasks without having to have a
monitor, especially if we have more than one computer and are just using one of
them to back things up, or any similar situations. So far all I've been able to
find are some expensive types for gaming, and some that look like they only work
with a cell phone. Does what I'm looking for not exist?

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