ok I see them now yes they are what I use as well. Where you live maybe I could just send you a couple in the mail. Thats kinda high price once you add shipping in, if you only need a couple. Let me know I have a few here. I actually have both the .33 and the 47 SNO
I appreciate the offer, but i just went and bought them anyway. Thanks for all the help SNO! Pics to come in about a month, I promise...
Yes I did try it with the RPi and I was able to set up the native resulution. Touch screen functionality also works without any additional drivers needed.
Originally Posted by DigitalVampire
It is been a long time since our last post here. how is everybody? :)
first of all, if anyone have any questions, please feel free to contact us by [email protected]. we are here to help.
in the mean time, we want to introduce our next project about Car Computer: a LOW COST Win8.1 RT Blade Computer, only around $95! here is the specs:
nVidia Tegra 3 Quad Core 1.3G CPU
32G SSD (64G for a little more)
Office software Included!
We done the previous monitor project by getting lot of helps here. Now we need suggestion again, to make a machine that fits your need! Any suggestion will be appreciate :)
here are some photos, still under developing. the case should be only 1cm thick, less than 5cm wide, can be easily fit in your car. Plus, it runs very cold and you don`t need to worry about the heat :D
Originally Posted by 8838.com
What about :
* USB bootable (for software installation)
* GPS sensor?
My dream would be MIRACAST/Mirroring capable software / hardware to see the sfreen of smartphone on the CARPC
It seems that the mainboard is MiniPCIe-e capable, isn't it?
I have some problems with this monitor. I bought it a couple of years ago and since the first day I noticed that the touch screen is not precise. Now is getting worse and cannot use it anymore, I've made a video to show the problem
As you can see I did the 25 points calibration. Is there any way to solve this problem?
thank you in advance
I have had that problem on a cheap android tablet. No fix, but I had a workaround. When you calibrate the screen, touch 3mm below each calibration point to offset the teaching positions.
Thanks Robert, I tried that, but didn't work.
there is no way to use the bottom of the screen (no way to press the Start button in Windows and change songs on RideRunner using the touch screen) :(
in the middle part of the screen the touch is precise. The problems are on the top and on the bottom. I am using 800*600 as resolution, could this be a problem?
This Blade computer concept looks interesting! My chief concerns would have to be how the machine is powered, whether or not the USB ports can recognize external hard drives, and whether I'll need your screen (or some other option; ie: the screen I already have) to power it.
@coucouillu was spot on about everything else. And since I have a windows phone, I'd like the blade to play nice with that, or any smartphone for that matter.