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  • Anyone know about the TVS HI-84 LCD Monitor?

    I'm very interested in a touchscreen LCD, but the 7" Lilliput and Xenarc will be a bit too small. I don't need 16 by 9, the standard 4 by 3 is ok, but I do need at least 800 by 600.

    I ran across a monitor by Taiwan Video System, Co, Ltd, called the HI-84Y12U (touchscreen) and the HI-84W12U (non-touchscreen). They are 8.4 inches and the specs look pretty good. Their web address is www.tvs.com.tw

    Anybody know anything about these? Are they available in the US? At what cost? Etc. Etc. Thanks!

  • #2
    Originally posted by Alta
    I'm very interested in a touchscreen LCD, but the 7" Lilliput and Xenarc will be a bit too small. I don't need 16 by 9, the standard 4 by 3 is ok, but I do need at least 800 by 600.

    I ran across a monitor by Taiwan Video System, Co, Ltd, called the HI-84Y12U (touchscreen) and the HI-84W12U (non-touchscreen). They are 8.4 inches and the specs look pretty good. Their web address is www.tvs.com.tw

    Anybody know anything about these? Are they available in the US? At what cost? Etc. Etc. Thanks!

    Let us know if you find a price,, That looks pretty sweet, I now have a 10.4" but would actually like something a little smaller.
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    • #3
      Check here.
      http://www.data-modul.com/seiten/industrial_pov.html

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Alta
        I'm very interested in a touchscreen LCD, but the 7" Lilliput and Xenarc will be a bit too small. I don't need 16 by 9, the standard 4 by 3 is ok, but I do need at least 800 by 600.

        I ran across a monitor by Taiwan Video System, Co, Ltd, called the HI-84Y12U (touchscreen) and the HI-84W12U (non-touchscreen). They are 8.4 inches and the specs look pretty good. Their web address is www.tvs.com.tw

        Anybody know anything about these? Are they available in the US? At what cost? Etc. Etc. Thanks!
        i don't know if they're available, but specs of 8.4" are not too satisifiying:
        Resolution - 800x600
        Brightness - 230
        Power: 18W

        is it really worth it?
        Current Status: For Sale

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        - 1.5Ghz Toshiba Laptop (available - no screen)
        - Indash Motorized 7" VGA TS
        - DeLorme GPS (sold)
        - Power Inverter (sold)
        - Pioneer HU (sold)

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        • #5
          http://www.earthlcd.com/ they have a ton of different options
          Click Me to go to PicaraPc
          Click Me to see the goods
          CPU:Picara PC TX3 P-III 1GHz w/XP Pro
          Display: Xenarc 7" VGA Touch screen
          Sound: SoundBlaster Extigy
          HU 1:Panasonic CQ-DVR909U
          HU 2:Performance Teknique 7" in-dash LCD
          CD Changer: Alpine CRA-1655RF
          Amp Highs: MA Audio M480i
          Amp Lows: MA Audio SY5011DX
          Highs: Audiobahn AS65Q 6.5"
          Mids: Audiobahn ABF39Q 6x9
          Fill: Audiobahn ACX460p 4x6
          Lows:2 Adiobahn 1000Qs

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          • #6
            Hi, I'm new.
            I read that earthlcd site, and it seems they have cheap screens but they are only 70-80cd/m^2 http://www.earthlcd.com/SK-1009T.htm
            or they have brighter 300cd/m^2 screens but they cost a LOT.http://www.earthlcd.com/XLK5002.htm

            Which screen do you recommend? I don't see any that can compete with that great hitachi from http://www.digitalww.com/VGA_TM_710VG.htm

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            • #7
              Originally posted by DinoBite
              Hi, I'm new.
              I read that earthlcd site, and it seems they have cheap screens but they are only 70-80cd/m^2 http://www.earthlcd.com/SK-1009T.htm
              or they have brighter 300cd/m^2 screens but they cost a LOT.http://www.earthlcd.com/XLK5002.htm

              Which screen do you recommend? I don't see any that can compete with that great hitachi from http://www.digitalww.com/VGA_TM_710VG.htm
              I wouldn't buy an LCD from them unless it was cheap, but they have controllers fro just about every screen imaginable DigitalWW has some grat deals although I have not had any experience with them. I might have ordered from them but I can never get an answer back and can't get any one on the phone over there, Some one else want to chime in?

              Click Me to go to PicaraPc
              Click Me to see the goods
              CPU:Picara PC TX3 P-III 1GHz w/XP Pro
              Display: Xenarc 7" VGA Touch screen
              Sound: SoundBlaster Extigy
              HU 1:Panasonic CQ-DVR909U
              HU 2:Performance Teknique 7" in-dash LCD
              CD Changer: Alpine CRA-1655RF
              Amp Highs: MA Audio M480i
              Amp Lows: MA Audio SY5011DX
              Highs: Audiobahn AS65Q 6.5"
              Mids: Audiobahn ABF39Q 6x9
              Fill: Audiobahn ACX460p 4x6
              Lows:2 Adiobahn 1000Qs

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              • #8
                Will a lcd monitor work with my 2005 HP? I'm wanting to purchase a lcd monitor but not sure as to which brand would work, or if any? I have a 2005 HP, so would any brand work with it, or any?
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