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    Quote Originally Posted by checksum View Post
    Dear ***********:
    thank u very much for ur inquiry to us about our 6.5" double din vga touch screen panel for car pc/gps.
    we have agency in USA.
    pls check the website of them.
    www.digitalww.com
    pls contact with Mr Armen and tell him that u are introduced by Ms.Smile From China.
    and he will knows that.
    thank u very much.
    rdgs
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    you have to be kidding me...did no one else find this email funny?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmbickham View Post
    Too bad it looks like the PC has to be an externally connected unit rather than contained in the 2DIN chassis.
    including a optical drive, a full computer, and an amplifier along with the mechanism for a moveable screen AND the radio functionality all in a double din space will be very hard to do and will probably cost a good deal when it is avaliable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red GTi VR6 View Post
    you have to be kidding me...did no one else find this email funny?
    Do you find the Asian persons difficulty in communicating in English to be funny? Nothibg in that e-mail is "funny"

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    u

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    I don't care about the improper use of the languge, I care about the shortening of words like a highschooler on AIM for the first time.

    It's highly unprofessional.

    I don't care who the email is from....what country, or what continent. It's not something that should be considered OK.

    I'm not the one who brought race into this one, just keep that in mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red GTi VR6 View Post
    u

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    I don't care about the improper use of the languge, I care about the shortening of words like a highschooler on AIM for the first time.

    It's highly unprofessional.

    I don't care who the email is from....what country, or what continent. It's not something that should be considered OK.

    I'm not the one who brought race into this one, just keep that in mind.
    Your problem here is that nothing there is even remotely funny. The fact is that the author of the e-mail is from another country, who probably never learnt the English language. The only way he knows HOW to spell is probably from AIM or MSN.

    It just shows an overall lack of understanding for the difficulty for foreigners to communicate in English. Is it professional, well, perhaps for a person who can't even be considered to have English as a second language, it is the best he can do.

    I still fail to see what is sooo funny about the e-mail. Unprofessional, perhaps, but funny?????

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    christ Michael - all antsy to get back into it aren't you?

    I think someone is being a tad bit over sensitive.

    You don't think it's funny that culture has stooped to the level that people don't even know how to spell words as simple as You, Your, Please, Regards...but they know how to spell Introduced, Agency, Inquiry?

    I find it funny that someone would try and pass that off as OK and try to conduct business like that, no matter what nationality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red GTi VR6 View Post
    christ Michael - all antsy to get back into it aren't you?

    I think someone is being a tad bit over sensitive.

    You don't think it's funny that culture has stooped to the level that people don't even know how to spell words as simple as You, Your, Please, Regards...but they know how to spell Introduced, Agency, Inquiry?

    I find it funny that someone would try and pass that off as OK and try to conduct business like that, no matter what nationality.
    Absolutely.

    You are entitled to find it "funny". Enjoy the laugh.

    If I were you I would stay away from the product, cause certainly the fact that the person can spell big hard words but not the small or easy ones means that they are unprofessional.

    I see nothing funny or unprofessional about it. All I see if some poor grammer and spelling, something I would expect from a foreigner.

    Michael
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    Eh....let's stick to topic...bad english or bad attitude...I for one hope for some good news on that 2 din.

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    Since I didn't see the info anywhere, I pinged Armen about the TS that it uses. It is using the EGalax unit just like the Lillis and Xenarcs (and I imagine others).

    He also confirmed (no surprise) that the physical controls only work on the unit itself and are not accesible to a connected PC.

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    Question

    Does anyone have any good intel on this DWW-6500 unit? How does the radio work with the screen? I see no spec for an audio input. One would think we would be able to hook the carpc audio up to an input to this unit,and then connect the unit to the auto harness? I have not taken the carpc plunge becaue I havnen't seen anyone with what appeared to be an acceptable radio solution... The website said this would be availaible at the end of August. ugh.

    Will it be available in all black?
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