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    The m3-atx is probably a better supply to use for this project.

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    Our battery has a capacity at 14.8 volts of 6600mAH.

    Does this mean we get 6 hours of run time? Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    Why didnt you use a OPUS DC-DC 15 watt PSU, its dramatically smaller, only thin is that you would need 2, one for 12v, another for 5v,

    I like the m3atx better. more capacity, one unit. Small.

    Opus is 2.75" x 1.09" x 0.5". The m3 is about the same.

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    wireless touchscreen also

    the wireless touch screen option can also be enables with the iogear wireless usb hub. it is really usefull

    but i would preffer a cheap alternative.
    is there any cheap alternative? please tell...

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    Quote Originally Posted by anam_funny View Post
    the wireless touch screen option can also be enables with the iogear wireless usb hub. it is really usefull

    but i would preffer a cheap alternative.
    is there any cheap alternative? please tell...
    OMG I'm going to design a touch version of this screen..... At this point my install is over $4,000.00, it going up alittle more wont hurt! This is a cool thread, Im glad I decided to pop in here and leave a comment.

    I was thinking of this though. You can simply buy a full wireless USB hub, then connect the touchscreen and a VGA to USB adapter.

    http://www.iogear.com/product/GUWH104KIT/
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    OMG I'm going to design a touch version of this screen..... At this point my install is over $4,000.00, it going up alittle more wont hurt! This is a cool thread, Im glad I decided to pop in here and leave a comment.

    I was thinking of this though. You can simply buy a full wireless USB hub, then connect the touchscreen and a VGA to USB adapter.

    http://www.iogear.com/product/GUWH104KIT/
    Maybe you could try one of those MIMO USB touch screen lcds with that hub. I think the screen is powered via USB, too, so you'd just need a 5V DC-DC adapter for the battery to run both the screen and hub

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    Quote Originally Posted by dyne View Post
    Maybe you could try one of those MIMO USB touch screen lcds with that hub. I think the screen is powered via USB, too, so you'd just need a 5V DC-DC adapter for the battery to run both the screen and hub
    oh wow thats the perfect idea. Its just that I already have a screen laying around, but that would save on cost. Maybe I can sell the EBY701.
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    Well, I have got the ball rolling. I have sold my EBY701, so I am going to start buying the components. The list will be as followed,

    1) MiMo USB touchscreen
    2) IOGEAR USB Wireless Hub
    3) Gateway Laptop Battery that is very slim and small
    4) OPUS DC-DC 15W PSU

    Now the cool thing about using the IOGEAR Wireless Hub is that the device would not be limited to your car. You can buy another dongle that will be found by the hub. So image when you get home, you just take it in the house and use it on your Media Center PC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    Well, I have got the ball rolling. I have sold my EBY701, so I am going to start buying the components. The list will be as followed,

    1) MiMo USB touchscreen
    2) IOGEAR USB Wireless Hub
    3) Gateway Laptop Battery that is very slim and small
    4) OPUS DC-DC 15W PSU

    Now the cool thing about using the IOGEAR Wireless Hub is that the device would not be limited to your car. You can buy another dongle that will be found by the hub. So image when you get home, you just take it in the house and use it on your Media Center PC.
    Have you made sure the wireless usb hub can reliably sustain enough bandwidth for the lcd?

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