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    WTB: High res 8.4 lcd 150 nits...

    wanted 8.4 lcd capable of at least 800x600 or 1024x768 and 150 nits that accepts a direct vga input, 12v power of course. touch is a possiblity but not necessary.

    does such a beast exist?
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    Originally posted by eCarô
    thanks for the reply...thats almost perfect for my needs...heh that things is bright as hell! 1400 nits! i just hope i can take it apart and make it fit in my dash....and i hope there's a brightness control heh too damn bright as night
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    Originally posted by spyhunter
    thanks for the reply...thats almost perfect for my needs...heh that things is bright as hell! 1400 nits! i just hope i can take it apart and make it fit in my dash....and i hope there's a brightness control heh too damn bright as night
    You will have to email for a price. That is usually a bad sign. That knob provides bright adjust.

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    Originally posted by eCarô
    You will have to email for a price. That is usually a bad sign. That knob provides bright adjust.
    yeah i just noticed that...email has been sent. the xenarc looks awesome but i can't fit anything bigger than a 8.4 indash.
    Alex
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    Epia C3, 512 ram, syntax mobo, 80 gig WD, Mediacar, GPS w/Routis, all behind drivers seat, 7in Lcd Lilliput VGA with Touch, wireless adapter for stumbling, Consult ODB1 adapter and data scanner.

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    I'm going to venture a guess in saying that thing will cost at least $1000.

    Otherwise, if its less than $700 I'll buy it, but otherwise I just can't justify it.

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    Spyhunter, did you get an answer from Vartech on the price?

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    Originally posted by eCarô
    Spyhunter, did you get an answer from Vartech on the price?
    yes i just called and got a response... you'll never believe this...

    VT084HB-W with hood (not available as chasis mount) 1400 nits 800x600 8.4 inch lcd $3695

    VT084C chasis 450 nits 640x480 mount 8.4 inch lcd $1295

    the guy i spoke to on the phone was very nice and informative. he explained to me that these lcds are designed to be pretty much outdoors/rugged used lcds. however the price almost made me keel over.
    Alex
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    Epia C3, 512 ram, syntax mobo, 80 gig WD, Mediacar, GPS w/Routis, all behind drivers seat, 7in Lcd Lilliput VGA with Touch, wireless adapter for stumbling, Consult ODB1 adapter and data scanner.

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