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    Fujitsu Stylistic owners please read

    Hi. If anyone out there who owns a Fujitsu Stylistic would be willing to open it up and take a few pictures of the insides, let me know. Specifically, I want to know what type of interface it uses between the LCD and whatever motherboard it uses. It might not be entirely clear, but a picture might at least provide some insight. BTW, I know that there are a few different models out there, but I'm interested in whatever pics I can get. I might use a Stylistic screen in my backlight upgrade project, and I'm hoping they are LVDS (though I can get a TTL to LVDS converter for like $35 if it was TTL). Thanks for the help.

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    3400 and 3500s all have a flat ribbon cable. will try to get pics this weekend.
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    mind posting a link for the 35.00 ttl to lvds converter? tyvm

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    TTL to LVDS

    I know that Apollo displays (www.apollodisplays.com) offers it as an add-on to certain TTL displays, and their shopping cart lets you add it without adding the display itself (try it, you'll see what I mean). I bet there are other people out there who sell it too.

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    Ok, what you are refering to is an LVDS module to work with the SBC's that Apollo sells. You cannot just buy one of the ttl-lvds modules you mention and make it work with your screen on any computer. That module simply takes the vga from the SBC's onboard video, then translates the signals to LVDS level so that the panel will work. This may sound like what you want, but the module they sell simply will not connect to a regular motherboard, be it ATX, Micro ATX, ITX, whatever. The only way to use the panel you have is to purchase an lcd controller that is suited to your panel, or purchase a motherboard with lvds option and module if required. Either way, you are going to spend some $$ getting this to work.

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