I'm currently looking at the Lilliput 629 double-din kit in the mp3car store, and I'm wondering how do these, or any, LCDs handle extremely cold weather? I live in Maine where the nighttime winter temp can reach 30 below. Heck, last January we set a new state record at 50 below, and one night around there my el cheapo nettop got left in the car overnight and the glass cracked. I want to know if these LCDs are designed to handle those kind of temperatures, either on or off, and if not, if there's anything on the market that can. Thanks for any insight!
No announcement yet.
LCD in cold-weather conditions?