EBAY:Complete ITX system and Xenarc 7" TS
The items listed below are now un Ebay at:
Ok I have decided that I am never going to actually get this stuff installed in my car (second car since I started collecting parts), so I am going to sell it.
Everything is in perfect condition and I bought it all new. It has had very little use, just setting it up in the house and getting it working, and has never been "on the road" so to speak.
I am tcbordp on ebay with 100 feedback all positive. I will take paypal or a postal money order or cash if you are local.
Item 1: Fully functional ITX based computer - $250 + Shipping <== NEW PRICE
Via Epia 800 ITX motherboard
20G Seagate HD
Teac Slimline (laptop) Tray load DVD-ROM
==> ATI All In Wonder VE 64MB PCI Video / TV / Capture <== SOLD
Morex 2688 Case / Internal DC PS / External AC Adaptor
Item 2: Xenarc 7" Touch Screen VGA + Composite Monitor - $250 + Shipping
Original VGA 7" Xenarc TFT monitor
Built in Serial Touch Screen
Cable with VGA, RCA and Serial Ports
Tilt Swivel Stand
Flush Mount Tray
The Morex case and power supply are just as I originally purchased them, nothing special.
Note this is the original Xenarc monitor. It works perfectly but is less resolution flexible than later versions. Also note that the touch screen interface is Serial (RS232) not USB. I have used an in expensive USB Serial adaptor with it though and it works perfectly that way too. If you need the USB Serial adaptor I can add that for $10.
The flush mount tray for the Xenarc I purchased from a link on this site. I is a molded black plastic that the Xenarc fits into snuggly without removing anything except the stand. This would make it much easier to make an in dash installation without having to do too much fabrication.
I will get some pictures up and post a link later tonight (10-14).
Peter W. Borders
Here are the pictures, took a little longer than I thought.
Note: The screen is dirty, I have to clean it and I will add a couple more pictures. I will also add a couple of it on.
The case is note the 2688 I think it was its predecessor but I don't remember the number. It don't have the front panel USB ports and was made for the 800 motherboard before the newer motherboards came out.
I added some more pictures including some with the monitor on. The uneven lighting on the display is from my camera. The actual display is beautiful.
Also the DVD-ROM is a Teac 8x model.
Sold the ATI card so the computer is reduced accordingly.