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  1. Lilliput Introduces High Brightness 5 Wire Resistive Touch Monitor

    by , 08-31-2010 at 11:57 AM

    Introducing Lilliput's latest rendition of their 7" touch screenmonitor with HDMI, DVI, and VGA inputs. 50% brighter than the standard669GL-70NP/C/T. 5 wire resistive touch screen instead of 4 (with the standard 669) makes touch input control more precise.

    Key Features:
    -HDMI, DVI, or VGA inputs
    -High Brightness: 450 CD/M≤
    -5 Wire Resistive Touch Screen, USB Interface
    -1 Year Warranty

  2. How to Power Your 2010 Mac Mini In A Vehicle, by MCT, Inc.

    by , 08-20-2010 at 11:29 AM

    Well folks, it's finally been done. With the help of, Mikegyver Computer & Tech., Inc. has posted illustrated instructions on how to bypass the internal AC to DC power adapter inside all new Mac Minis. This will make it relatively straight forward (definitely not easy) to use a CarNetix CNX-P2140 power regulator to power your Mac Mini in a mobile environment. Here are the instructions, courtesy of the MCT, Inc. website:

    Ok, so hereís how we did it, however we donít like re-inventing the wheel (rather then to improve on it) we going to refer you to on disassembly first.

    Please do steps 1-14, and 22. Then come back here.

    After you have disassembled your Mac mini, remove the power supply and re-assemble everything like so. Reconnect the power supply on the outside of the Mac Mini.

    1) Cut the positive wires, and the Negative wires. Note the Middle wire:

    2) Solder Pos wires together, and solder Neg wires together.

    3) Find a wire and solder to it to make leads longer:

    4) Solder the other end of the wire to a Panel mount DC jack:

    5) Run it to the back of the Mac Mini where the AC cable used to plug in:

    6) Find a Car cig plug (we sell them) and solder it to a 2.1mm plug: However, we strongly recommend a voltage regulator such as the CarNetix CNX-P2140 or CNX-P1900.

    7) Hereís how it looks fully assembled.

    8) Plug in to the Mac Mini and youíre done!

    NOTE: We tested with operating voltages of 10v all the way up to 15vdc, however we STRONGLY recommend you use a voltage regulator.

    Please Note: Mp3Car cannot assume any liability for modifying your Mac Mini. Opening and modifying your Mac Mini will most likely void your Apple warranty.
  3. Now Available: Mini-Box Intelligent DC-DC Converter with USB Interface

    by , 01-21-2010 at 02:41 PM

    DCDC-USB is a high power intelligent DC-DC converter. This unit accepts any input ranging from 6-34V. Output is 12V regulated or output can be changed with simple jumper settings to 5V, 6V, 9V, 12V, 13.5V, 18V or 24V or via USB in fine increments (0.25V) anywhere from 5-24V.

  4. iPhone Car Navigation Kit CONTEST

    by , 12-14-2009 at 05:53 PM
    How to Enter free car kit contest: Simply (re)tweet the following: Win big screen iPhone for your car. Mp3car produces DIY video series & big screen nav car kit. Free kit here
    Some details:
    Follow us on Contest ends Monday, December 21st, 2009 at 11:59pm PST.
    The winner will be announced on and our blog on December 21, 2009.
    The winning prize will be a $230 "Ultimate In-Car iPhone Screen Duplicating Kit" with ground shipping in North America.
    All entrants must be 14 years of age or older.
    Winner will be picked at random from those who tweet.
  5. iPhone Car Navigation Kit, EyeTV App

    by , 12-14-2009 at 05:28 PM

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    Robert Wray of mp3Car shows us how to stream live TV from home in your car via the iPhone.
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