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well im getting this laptop for school use and i want to be able to use it in my car for a pc as well just to run gps and getting an external harddrive for music videos ect would be good too. so my question is how would i hook that computer/laptop to my screen in my car
my screen is the new pioneer AVHP4000dvd... any help would be great. and how would the sound be connected as well... lemme know if you got answers thanks!
see i know how i'll install the computer but the laptop only has a VGA input and my screen doesent how would i go about getting the picture from my laptop to my screen is the big quesiton. im getting the Asus Eee PC 8 gig and wondering how that would work.
they are OK but i must admit a bit slow - he is running some software from the memory card slot which is dreadfully slow.
Having said that so small and durable and no problems with power!! It does come with Linux on it though which might need to be changed to make the most of Car PC software.
That is linked from the FAQs in the link I provided you earlier.
There's a section there all about screens with several informative write-ups.
so i guess its not a good idea to hook this computer up then to my carputer.... well i guess that kinda sucks... if it has a usb can that control the touchscreen??? and if i use the composite video will the viewing be that bad? any experiences?
Composite Video to VGA Convert any Video to VGA Monitor will soemthing like that work or no? just wondering to make the picture better
also the Eee pc comes with linux can i run media player off it? lemme kno cant really find the answer!
Composite video is not touchscreen friendly. For front ends and other media players it may not be bad, but in general it's just not good to use with a small form screen. Too low of a resolution to be practical really.
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