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Thread: "Transflective" LCD panel with res touch+controler for $101+$36 S+H

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auvee Bloomberg View Post
    Why is the picture cut off on the bottom? (by a few pixels, but cut off nonetheless)
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    After we run some beta test, we found the software was adjusted base on DVD and Digital SLR. When we use HDMI and connect to computer, the image has some cut off...VGA is fine. So we still work on the software again. but it should be quick

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    What is the anticipated price point and release date for this new screen?

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    Would adding a capacitive touch panel to the front not decrease the visibility from reflections etc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 8838.com View Post
    integrated touch screen model and directly support 1920* 1080 input
    Does that mean the new screen has a higher native resolution, or that it simply accepts that as an input?

    I'm looking for a high-rez screen, and coming up dry so far.

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    What? Googling that, it would mean very close to an iPhone 4 retina display (329ppi); with 323.45 PPI...

    I doubt it you could get one for less than $500.00...if it's available at all. Accepting such a high resolution should be good enough for a 7" in most cases (like mirroring a high resolution tabletPC).

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipplingHurst View Post
    What? Googling that, it would mean very close to an iPhone 4 retina display (329ppi); with 323.45 PPI...

    I doubt it you could get one for less than $500.00...if it's available at all. Accepting such a high resolution should be good enough for a 7" in most cases (like mirroring a high resolution tabletPC).
    800x480 max (native) for $101, and ~260 nits.

    "Supported" resolution tends to me very misleading.

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    Yeah, 1920x1080 is too high, but I'd really like 1280x1024, or at least 1024x768.
    Too many poor programmers don't test their dialogs on 800x600 or less monitors. I get things that pop up where I can't see the OK button. Or worse, they don't use standard OK and say "Accept" or "Yep" or something where I can't just hit alt-O to close the dialog.

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    I just ordered the screen as-is. No time to wait for the update. After speaking with the merchant, it looks like the reverse cam function does work from factory - there is a "white wire" that signals the screen to switch to AV1 as needed. Can someone confirm this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by customGadz View Post
    800x480 max (native) for $101, and ~260 nits.

    "Supported" resolution tends to me very misleading.
    For the price, this really isn't a bad display. And the 260 nit is misleading.
    The LCD does perform quite well in sunlight conditions, and 800x480 is a decent res. @ 7"

    "supported resolution" is very misleading, especially to those who are not familiar with this. It should be advertised as "scaled to support up to....."

    But I do agree, a higher native like 1024 x 600 would put this panel on a higher pedestal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auvee Bloomberg View Post
    I just ordered the screen as-is. No time to wait for the update. After speaking with the merchant, it looks like the reverse cam function does work from factory - there is a "white wire" that signals the screen to switch to AV1 as needed. Can someone confirm this?
    There were no extra wires on the units I upgraded to capacitive. There are a few empty pin headers on the board and one may support the auto rev. input, but who knows. I do know that one of those empty slots wa a debugging port.

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