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    Lightbulb 11.4 in Sharp LCD $39

    Here is a display I've found that might be worth taking a look at for some of you. It is a Sharp 11.4" LCD, it doesn't specify color or greyscale but it shouldn't be that hard to dig up some info on. It is item LM64P64. http://hitechcafe.com/eshop/inproduc...10&sku=LM64P64

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    Wow, thats an insane price. I haven't been able to find any additional specs though. I am still researching....

    If anyone knows anything about this, e-mail me. thanks
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    If anyone finds additional specs...post a reply so everyone else can find out too...


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    Hang on guys
    but does this display need a controller?
    so whats the point of paying $40 for the display when you also gona need a controller which will cost you another $200.

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    Hmm...Anyone knows if it needs a controller?

    [This message has been edited by simu (edited 04-29-2000).]

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    Of course it needs a controller. Don't all screens? I checked at www.sharpsma.com and they don't have any info on it. You may wanna contact www.flat-panel.com as they have been helpful getting datasheets for people in the past. Oh yeah..it is most likely a color DSTN screen.

    [This message has been edited by Meatballman (edited 04-29-2000).]

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    I spoke with one of the techs from the website, apparently the LCD's are replacement screens for notebook computers. They don't even know if they are color or mono, not impressed....

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