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

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    Low Bitrate wmpwi's Avatar
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    6 1/2 H, 1 1/8 W, 1 1/4 D

    As to actual native rez, tell me how to find out and I'll check.


    Quote Originally Posted by fish2u View Post
    Well I have read the whole thread twice now and it doesn't look like anyone posted the overall dimensions of the 8". Would be very helpfull to see if it will fit below my 2000 Maxima's climate controls.

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    Don't know what the native resolution is on the 8" screen, but it's 800x600 on the 10.4. I'm guessing it's the same, but 3 won't be able to say until I get the screen. Hopefully this next week. I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wmpwi View Post
    6 1/2 H, 1 1/8 W, 1 1/4 D

    As to actual native rez, tell me how to find out and I'll check.

    Thanks wmpwi, 6 1/2 High should be just perfect. Could be that you mean 9 1/8 wide?

    New to this so I think I will order the 8" and start working on how I am going to power my dual voltage HP e-pc42.

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    Nope. Rechecked. The 8 inches part refers to the diagonal like TVs. I have the same problem as you seem to in that there's little room to work without obstructing the climate controls. Eh, who needs air anyway.

    Quote Originally Posted by fish2u View Post
    Thanks wmpwi, 6 1/2 High should be just perfect. Could be that you mean 9 1/8 wide?

    New to this so I think I will order the 8" and start working on how I am going to power my dual voltage HP e-pc42.
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    just got off the phone w/ them after I saw a double charge...

    I have to admit i wasn't too impressed by the guy on the other end.

    But he said everything was going to be fine.

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    what do you mean? what did the guy say? I deal with tina - never had any issued with them

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    good to hear that there have been no issues. i'll see what happens w/ my order and report back.

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    does anyone know where I can get a 12 inch screen like these? any brand - dont want to pay 750$

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    Just bought one of the 8 inchers from gooddeals by phone. They are low on stock at this moment. The sales guy kinda fidgeted when I asked about stock, but he came back in plain words; order it now, you got it. wait a few days and they might be dry.

    heehee, my first car'puter purchase.

    EDIT:

    Can someone post the display dimensions of the 10" screen without bezel ??? I'm guessing 8x6, but i need an exact horizontal dim.

    If you click the image of the multi view pic on the greatdeals site, you should see, or at on my 18 monitor I see close to actual size image.

    8.25x6.75 inches, using pythag theorem is 10.659 diag. OK, its still .3 inch too big. only 2.8% diff.
    scaling the above dim down 2.8% gives me
    8.017x6.56

    x^2 + y^2 = z^2 (the diagonal dimension)
    8.017^2 + 6.56^2 = calculating diag fom pythag yields 10.359, close enough

    Now if someone dares measure up we will know for sure. 8.017x6.56 I estimate to be the actual screen dim of the 10"

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    Thumbs down Be Carefull Of These Guys

    I bought a 8IN LCD Touch and backup camera from these guys back in August and UPS lost the shipment

    To make matters worse UPS has paid a claim to them for the item, however they are saying that UPS has delivered it! and are refusing to refund or re-ship the items

    So be wary shoppers these guys may not be the place to buy your items from...


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