Armen has a 7" VGA screen for $230 here, however it is NOT a touchscreen. A touchscreen will set you back an extra $100 or so.
I have a6.4" VGA LCD Kit from earthcomputer. It's true VGA w/ onboard controller. The picture quiality is that of a good flat-panel LCD computer monitor many people use for desktops. But here's my problem
I think it may have died. I shorted out the backlight inverter a while back. I know for a fact because the silicon board was litterally burnt. So I bought a new one. It is most likely the controller that has gone bad. A new conrtoller is $200 - $250. I was thinking of selling the working parts on ebay, or here and just buying a lilliput LCD. Is it possible to find a lilliput at this price (~$250US Dollars)? and is it "real vga" or is there a composition coversion that happens?
how well would text come out on that Armen screen?
Native resolution of 800x480, so quite well really.
No it's true VGA
My Carputer! (More Car Pics at the end)
2 Kicker Comp 10"
Epia M-9000, 256 MB DDR, 120 Gig HD
Lilliput 7" VGA Touchscreen
Check it out?!
Can anyone explain why these "kits" from earthcomputer are 5x more than the lilliput and Arman? The kit I have display is crystal clear. Even 4pt text looks tack sharp. Is this what I'd expect with a Lilliput or Arman?Originally Posted by Pudge