i havent seen any bigger than 7" for awhile. Even the 7" ones are out of stock at the mp3car store
Installing my first Car pc and looking into which screen.
Should i go the tranflective or not. Is it worth the extra cash.
and can / where do you get them larger than 7 inch
It will be an in dash installation in a toyota landcruiser
I've been looking for an 8" WS version and have come up with nada on who would sell to individuals. I attempted to contact FPD to see if they could convert an 8" Lilliput but never heard anything back from them so I gave up.
i think it doesnt worth the money...
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transflective is 100% worth the money. That's where my graduation money (wishful thinking ) is going
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www.linitx.com and www.cartft.com both have transflectives larger than 8inch in stock.
I would spend the extra and get a trasflective display after owning a standard and a transflective, the difference is unbelievable. When I first unpacked my transflective I was pretty unimpressed with it as there seems to be some kind of film on it which makes the colours look slightly off, but after seeing it in full sunlight and not noticing the difference I soon forgot about that. There's no way I would trade my transflective for the sake of a little colour difference now.
Worth its money all day long.
I have a transflective and anyone saying they are not worth it is crazy. I just have a 7". Hopefully the touch controller works well on it. I installed it two days ago and it works, but when I tried 9 or 25 point linearization then it went crazy. 4 point calibration works peachy though. I got it from mobile compute or something.
i have done alot of comparing of all the monitors-- and anything you can do to reduce the glare from the sunlight can help tremendously. i ended up going with a standard touch screen, mostly becauee i didn't research it, and couldn't believe the cost of the transflective--- the glare on sunny days makes the screen useless--- i must first cover up the screen to see anything--further distracting my eyes from the road..
if you can afford a transflective, i would highly recommend it, it is possible to make do without one though.
I'm really surprised that there aren't more of these available commercially. You'd think with all the cars these days with these screens that they would be easier to find and cheaper.
Transflective with a capacitive touch screen would make for a great CarPC screen. But no, we're stuck with modified screens at outrageous prices.
My non-transflective screen is positioned in such a way that from my viewing angle, 90% of the screen reflects the sunroof. When it is sunny, it is downright blinding, never mind impossible to see.
you are comparing different products-- there is a huge demand for transflective, or sunlight readable screens for car equipment manufacturers, but those are special screens, that might not be vga compatible, and the manufacturers are order large quantites of them.
there is very little demand for sunlight readable automotive sunlight readable vga screens. even if everyone on carputer forums had to go buy a new monitor tomorrow, we would still probably only equal half the demand (maybe less) of what the larger manufacturers use in a year.