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Thread: GREAT DEAL: 10.4" Touchscreen - Samsung LCD $215!

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    will this work on the mac mini????the 10.4 that is...

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    Awesome Internet Blowout Sale. This is made by Shark. Model is SHK1040
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    Real Samsung Panel. Un real value
    OSD Menu
    Touch screen for PC, built-in amplifier
    Cigarette connector
    VGA input
    USB input
    Display size: 10.4 inches (4:3)
    Very highest resolution: 1,024 x 768
    Visual angle: 150 ,Brightness: 300 ,Contrast: 320
    AV chromatic system: PAL, NTSC, Secam (auto switch)
    Working power: 11.5 to 13V DC (900mA)
    Electronic consumption: 10W (max)
    Operation temperature: -20 to 60 degrees
    Input port: double-channel video input, two audio input, one VGA input, one USB input and one power input
    Four wires resistive touch screen interface (USB port)
    Standard VGA input (15 pin D-SUB) can match with PC and GPS
    Two RCA video input can match with VCD and DVD
    RGB input for navigation display (optional)
    Touch screen for PC display
    Built-in speaker, amplifier and earphone jack
    PC operation system: Windows XP, CE, Unix, ME and 2000
    Brand new & Factory sealed
    Accessories: Remote controle, easy useful manual, bracket, CD disc for drive, touch pen and cables

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    will this work on the mac mini????the 10.4 that is...
    It runs fine on my MacMini, both WinXP (bootcamp) and Mac OS X.
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    Something kinda intresting, I didnt install the USB touchscreen drivers, and still using the old lillput drivers. It works!!

    Sorry I dont have a MAC mini, but i think if lillput works, it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickN View Post
    will this work on the mac mini????the 10.4 that is...
    I started a thread on that question and the answer is yes you have to search for the thread it was probably a month or two ago.
    As you sow, so shall you reep
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    Screw it. I went ahead and ordered two.

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    Can anyone with the 8" unit please provide the dimensions with and w/o the housing???

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    Since it seems to be too much damn trouble for everybody else, I'll get the measurements as soon as they arrive. I ordered two on Friday. I'll measure them as soon as I get 'em.

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    2003 Chevy Impala - 8" monitor

    Hi I went ahead and bought the 8" one. Originally I was going to use a gooseneck to mount the monitor but now I want to put it in my dash. I have enough room to mount the monitor but I won't be able to see the whole screen since the monitor is 4:3 and my mounting area is 16:9 and it's really bugging me. Is there a way to shrink the viewable area using a third party program or can I do anything from windows display setting at all. I really love the monitor and I would really appreciate any suggestions I could get at all. Thank you.

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    Apparently, the 8inch screen I got was DOA. I hooked up my PC to a regular power supply using the how-to I found. Great pics btw. I couldn't even get the screen to power up. I bought the replacement plan so I will be calling them in the AM to see how to get another, I think I'm just going to get the 10 inch if I can. Also, my screen had most of the inputs on the side, which was not like the pictures and kinda sucked for my install. I'll update w/what customer service says.

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