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Thread: Screen shots of the TM-702L. Why would you go VGA?

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    Screen shots of the TM-702L. Why would you go VGA?

    Here are some screen shots of the TM-702L that I am going to start supplying. I set the resolution on the computer to 800x600 and I think this screen is awesome. I got it from the manufacturer in China and they told me it has the panasonic panel. It also has the new feature of having a blue screen when no video source is present.

    What do you think?
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    i can tell the resolution isn't all the good. it looks like you have the font and icon size enlarged from normal. running gps software will be a *****.. also with media engine.. i can tell its blown up as well because you can only see 6 artists at a time. with my xenarc screen i can see about 13.

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    This actually doesn't look that bad, but VGA's resolution and clarity will be much better. When it comes down to it, the reason people go analog instead of VGA is cost...if you can afford to go VGA, go for it, if not, the TM-702L looks like a good alternative. How much will you be selling them for?

    p.s. I noticed that in the 2nd picture there was a MediaCar icon, any pics of MediaCar running on the TM-702L?

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    I totally agree that VGA is better, but when icon size and font size are larger this monitor does the job for me.

    siueclipse - Yes, I do have the font and icon size enlarged and the resolultion large, but for me I think it is good enough. I need to try it with GPS, but you are probably right, it will be tough to see.

    StratusPh34r - I've added some screen shots of MediaCar. I couldn't get a good shot, but these will have to do for now. I think I'm going to sell these for around $250 shipped. I'll be getting a shipment at the end of the month.
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    These are 7" correct? That would be kinda high concidering you can get a lilliput for $300 with touchscreen and VGA or a CAR 7" LCD MONITOR
    Panasonic (EDTCB18QCF)LCD Panel from Digital World Wide for $200... Just a thought..

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    So whats the dea? Are these in dash lcd's? The picture is nice but I'd like to see some more shots of the outside of the monitor.

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    Sorry for the lack of detail. The screens are in-dash. I've attached a couple of pictures of the housing. These monitors look exactly like DigitalWW TM701L, which he sells for $245 shipped. Here are more spec,

    * Screen Size: 7 inch(Diagonal length)
    * Display Method: TFT Active matrix system
    * System: PAL or NTSC
    * Back light: Cold cathode filament tube
    * Power supply: DC12V
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    Ahhhhhhh That makes a WORLD of differance... I was not aware they were in dash models... I retract my original opinion bout the price... Now if they were only Touchscreen

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    You are joining the party a little late . This is definitely one of the best 7" composite screens out there. All because of the high resolution Panasonic panel. Hundreds of people use our TM-701L + TSK monitor as their main screen. Thanks to MediaEngine and MediaCar and all the other front-end programs, it (monitor) is even better.

    Armen


    Quote Originally Posted by audrenaline
    Here are some screen shots of the TM-702L that I am going to start supplying. I set the resolution on the computer to 800x600 and I think this screen is awesome. I got it from the manufacturer in China and they told me it has the panasonic panel. It also has the new feature of having a blue screen when no video source is present.

    What do you think?

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    They are: http://www.digitalww.com/LCD_TM_701L_BLACK.htm

    Armen
    Quote Originally Posted by Twizted
    Now if they were only Touchscreen

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