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Thread: 7" Transflective monitor with T/S kit available now at the Mp3Car Store

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    Yep, me too. As soon as one that fits the G35 enclosures comes out, I'll be number one in line. It's pricey, but it looks to be well worth it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zip-Lock
    There are no off the shelf bezels that fits it correctly.
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    Yes it should fit without modification.
    Is this a contradiction or do you not consider the mechatronix bezel to be off-the-shelf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rando
    Is this a contradiction or do you not consider the mechatronix bezel to be off-the-shelf?
    I didn't consider it to be off the shelf because it only applies to those to have Subaru's

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    Quote Originally Posted by kickercivic1
    would this kit fit right in the xenarc case with out any mod???
    Yes this will fit into a Xenarc bezel. thats what im using. You will need to put some double sided tape around the very edge of the TS before mounting into the bezel so the edges of the TS are not compressed.
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    This just in: Matt from mp3car tech support just figured out a way to get the monitor to go back together in it's bezel without causing the touchscreen to go crazy. Apparently the secret is to not tighten the screws holding the LCD panel down too tightly. Having them too tight makes the touch panel always think that it is being pressed and causes the curser always move the edge of the screen.

    We’ll be offering an assembled version of the monitor immediately, just put in your order comments that you request that the monitor be assembled and we’ll do it for no additional charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zip-Lock
    This just in: Matt from mp3car tech support just figured out a way to get the monitor to go back together in it's bezel without causing the touchscreen to go crazy. Apparently the secret is to not tighten the screws holding the LCD panel down too tightly. Having them too tight makes the touch panel always think that it is being pressed and causes the curser always move the edge of the screen.

    We’ll be offering an assembled version of the monitor immediately, just put in your order comments that you request that the monitor be assembled and we’ll do it for no additional charge.
    Doh! Too bad mine's already in the mail. :-) Is it pretty straightforward to assemble it the way you described? Are there any simple instructions included with the kit? Any chance you could provide some pics if it's not a straightforward process? ;-o

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    Whats about a 7" VGA transflective (sunlight readable) monitor w/o touchscreen?

    I dont need the touchscreenfuncionality

    And I think, the display will be much brighter w/o ts.
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    you can buy a screen without the touch screen in the store right now. They are usually brighter because they don't have the touch screen over lay on them.
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    Please post on the forums! Chances are, someone else has or will have the same questions as you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zip-Lock
    This just in: Matt from mp3car tech support just figured out a way to get the monitor to go back together in it's bezel without causing the touchscreen to go crazy. Apparently the secret is to not tighten the screws holding the LCD panel down too tightly. Having them too tight makes the touch panel always think that it is being pressed and causes the curser always move the edge of the screen.

    We’ll be offering an assembled version of the monitor immediately, just put in your order comments that you request that the monitor be assembled and we’ll do it for no additional charge.
    zip-lock you rock! i'll be ordering mine on next payday.

    look forward to it.

    thanks.

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    Is there any difference between this screen and the liliput screen in terms of the ability of windows to drive it at 800x480? This seems to be an unsolved problem.

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