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    the monitor

    I'm done with my pc project,.... but i am thinking about trading n my flip for one of these little puppies. i was wondering how does this unit connect its touchscreen. i understand that its vga; but the touchscreen function on my flip is usb and i have not sceen nor heard about this part of the screen.

    if this matters my setup is a laptop running vista ultimate.
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  • #2
    its usb

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    • #3
      thanks.

      my touchscreen is out of sync all the time, even when i just sync it. I think the touch function is going out. i do unplug the laptop from time to time. i just think the touch is going out.
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      2003 Boxster S

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      • #4
        Any personal reviews... Pros and Cons......

        any thoughts on the double DIN Lilliput EBY-701 Touch Screen Monitor
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        2003 Boxster S

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        • #5
          I've got this screen, but I bought it from bybyte.com.

          It appears to be the exact same double-din housing. I bought the housing and LCD separately and put it together myself (I'm a cheapskate).

          I really like the screen. I'm running 800x600 at the moment, so I can't comment on how it does native (800x480), but I'm sure that info is around.

          The only problem I have is the touchscreen not working when resuming from Hibernate. Unplugging and replugging it always works, so I'm sure its just a driver/software issue. Other than that the touchscreen is very responsive, the screen is pretty bright and readable in most situations.

          I did notice that the "Double-DIN" housing is actually about 5mm higher than true double din. I put mine into a dash kit, so I had to modify the kit quite a bit for it to fit.
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