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Thread: New Lilliput XGA Model? 629GL-70NP

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    New Lilliput XGA Model? 629GL-70NP

    I would really like to know if this is a new model and if anyone has used one.

    It has 2400 x 480 dots?

    Thanks,
    Mike

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    Yeah I saw these as well. Details here. Looks really interesting. I'm hoping it will be a better fit for a double din slot. Has anywhere started selling them yet? Other than people on ebay.
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    New model, same resolution as the previous though... our beloved 800x480
    Maybe the build quality is better..
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    Quote Originally Posted by FireAnt
    It has 2400 x 480 dots?
    2400 horizontal dots = 800 pixels.

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    has anyone got the dimensions of this screen??

    I was just about to buy a 619GL-70NP

    but if the new one is a better fit....

    i have 2.5 DIN.... so close..

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    http://www.fpdisplay.com/product_pho...o_2310_big.jpg this picture is manipulated.

    Lokk at the lilliput text
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    yeah i just pointed that out to a mate a few mins ago. what a **** way to advertise your screen...

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    another shocker..

    http://www.ex-audio.net/shop/images/xga.jpg

    look how the window is off the screen on the right. looks like another doctored photo

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    Quote Originally Posted by soundoff
    another shocker..

    http://www.ex-audio.net/shop/images/xga.jpg

    look how the window is off the screen on the right. looks like another doctored photo

    uhm, you might try restoring your windows down and trying to drag them off screen and tell me if its possible or not...

    But a word for the wise, most people doctor their pics of lcds because there is a horrible glare if you use flash. Most pics are screen shots taken at a similar resolution then scaled down, rather than taking a poor looking photo. Only thing you should worry about is if its like the above post, where they actually doctored the hardware photo.

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    U can take take ok pics of lcd's. Here is an example. It's a bit big so 56kers be warned.

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