Windows 10: New Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter coming soon

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  1.    23 Feb 2016 #40

    Kari said: View Post
    Using your words, I don't see anywhere in my post where I said anything about you saying anything about extending the screen. I simply asked "How does an HDMI splitter help in extending desktop to additional displays?".

    You compared HDMI splitter to wireless display adapter, saying "Not as easy and neat as wireless but it would work", which might give a reader of this thread a wrong idea because these two options cannot be compared. A newbie who buys an HDMI splitter inspired by your post will most probably be disappointed when noticing that he / she can only duplicate existing display, not extend his / her desktop.

    This is a news thread, read by many members and visitors, experienced geeks and newbies alike. In my opinion the information should remain valid and factual. Although your post was both, it managed to give a wrong impression.

    You know, a better reply had been "Sorry, I didn't think of that".
    IMO you were only trying to be insulting to me about my post. If you was really concerned about someone being mislead by my post you would have explained about the HDMI splitter only working to duplicate the screen and not for extending the screen.
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       23 Feb 2016 #41

    Please explain me how can a question "How does an HDMI splitter help in extending desktop to additional displays?" be taken as an insult?

    My only motive to post that question was to give you a chance to clarify your invalid comparison and tell that you didn't think of that. I did that rather than post "You are wrong!".

    It's funny how sensitive some members here are. Invalid information should not be corrected and if it will, it's called an insult. The ego beats the common good and value of valid information.

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  3.    23 Feb 2016 #42

    It wasn't the question. It was the way your question made me feel. Why did it make me feel insulted? Nowhere in my post did I saw it would extend the display to multiple monitors/tvs. If you were concerned about someone being mislead by my post you would have explained that it wouldn't work for extending the display instead of asking a question you already knew the answer to. If I took your reply in the wrong way I apologize. If not I don't want to get myself into any trouble on this forum so I'm done on this subject.
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       23 Feb 2016 #43

    Signing out from this conversation after this:

    You very clearly compared a wireless display adapter to an HDMI splitter:

    Winuser said: View Post
    If one wanted to hook up the HDMI output from the computer to more than one monitor/tv they could use a HDMI splitter. Not as easy and neat as wireless but it would work.
    The comparison is wrong and might mislead less advanced users, therefore my question.

    Really, why don't you just forget your ego for a moment and admit that the comparison was wrong. It happens to all of us but apparently admitting it is impossible to some. It can't be true that you keep arguing about this.
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