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    FS: King IMDM v2 with 10.4 lcd/touch $250

    Price is $250 + shipping (about $10 in the US). I'll ship to US/Canada/UK , if your elsewhere and interested we may be able to work something out.

    I have a verfied Paypal account, and my ebay name is Athome. You can view my feedback below:

    http://cgi6.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dl...sort=8&rows=50


    IMDM = Integrated Multimedia Display Module. Quick info:
    400mhz Celeron CPU
    Toshiba 10.4" TFT model #LTM10C306J (1024x768 200 nits)
    Microtouch Overlay and controller
    2.5" 6gb Laptop hard Disk loaded with Win98 and drivers
    Cambo PCMCIA Lan card with Dongle
    Phillips TV tuner / capture
    2x PCMCIA ports
    1x USB port

    The first version came with a Mpeg 2 decoder card, V2 it was deleted. But you can buy a margi decoder for $15-$20 on Ebay for smooth DVD playback. It has a zoomed PCMCIA port.

    Has audio onboard also which I havnt got a chance to test quality, its ESS something or other. More info to come on that. If I missed anything or have any questions about it, just ask. I have a 15 page document here that tells most everything, but dosnt go in to great detail (Im looking for more info on the LCD)

    The only thing not included is a power supply. It takes 24v @ 3A -10%/+5%. So 22V would work fine. I bought a universal laptop DC power supply for just over $20 shipped on Ebay.

    It includes the "cannon" connecter cable, which has all pins straight through. All connections are also available inside (Power/audio/Lan).

    Its a very cool setup for a car. How I'm equiping mine:
    4 port powered USB Hub
    Soundblaster USB
    USB CD case for Slot feed DVD drive
    Margi DVD in PCMCIA slot 1
    Orinoco 802.11 wireless PCMCIA slot 2
    USB GPS adapter (havnt chosen which yet)
    Rear cam and front Infrared into TV tuner/capture card





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    Price reduced. Also, the one I "broke" is for sale: $100. Someone was going to buy it, but the deal fell through. Its complete with everything except powersupply. I'm going to part it out on EBay if no one wants in a week.

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    Broken unit is sold. Still have working ones for $250.

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    Do you ship to Spain?

    Quote Originally Posted by e_fractal
    Broken unit is sold. Still have working ones for $250.
    Would you ship one of those to Spain?

    If you would, how much would shipping cost?

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolwaves
    Would you ship one of those to Spain?

    If you would, how much would shipping cost?

    Thank you.
    Sent PM.

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    I don't know anything about this computer and I am not to electrically savvy. Could this pc be stripped apart? I'd be willing to hack the rest of it to pieces if I could get the screen and touch overlay out. If they were removed could they be interfaced with your usual PC?

    Thanks,

    Confused Student

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waffleguy
    I don't know anything about this computer and I am not to electrically savvy. Could this pc be stripped apart? I'd be willing to hack the rest of it to pieces if I could get the screen and touch overlay out. If they were removed could they be interfaced with your usual PC?

    Thanks,

    Confused Student
    The controller for the LCD is built in the motherboard, so you would need a controller to use with another PC which would be more time consuming and cost more than its worth. But the touchscreen and controller are removable but would take some wiring.

    The components themsleves could be taken out and mounted in a custom enclosure. The motherboard isnt that much bigger than an Epia, its just a little longer.

    I still have a couple avaialble. I'll add some more pictures when I have time to install mine in my car (within a week or 2). Im also hoping some people who purchased one will take some pictures too. I'll have some more pics and a short video of the system in action running media engine within a few days.

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    Anyone still using these? Anyone want to buy more?

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