If you want a multimonitor setup, you want your main screen to go digital, since most small boards don't have more than one analog output. It's easier and cheaper to split and down convert to S-video and composite (as required by most headrest monitors), than going straight from digital.
Also I would think it's safer to run digital wires around a noisy environment like the car? They can be thinner, more flexible and less expensive.
Of course you can do it yourself, but you need to keep one thing in mind. If you do the conversion yourself you will void the warranty. If you buy it already converted in the frame it will be covered by our warranty.
Then you must not have looked very far! The Lilliput 1045, 629DVI and 669GL are just 3 easy examples of touchscreens that have direct digital signals. Not sure what "small boards" you are refering to, but I will assume it is Mini ITX. If that is the case you are seriously misinformed about how the dual video works. You can not use a digital to analog converter (DVI to VGA) for the second video input. It will not work. If you dont get why some people want them it is because you dont have a use for it. For those that do they are a key part of the system.
Yes it is included. The remote control will not work without the button board.
OKAY! I read this entire thread. So is there any consensus on which screen has better sunlight read-ability? (especially at angles other than dead-on)
Is it the optically bonded XF700 with 600nit brightness for $750?
Or is it the Mo-Co-So modified Lilliput (various) with 450 nit brightness for $600+?
Or is it something else?
I've now been using the XF700's big brother, the XF1000, for a day. It's an extremely nice monitor. Everything about it is nicer than my Xenarc, as it should be for 3x the price.
The overall build quality of the enelmatic is without question better than the modded Lilliput. I don't see how the IQ of the Lilliput is better than the Enelmatic. But I don't feel buying the modded Lilliput is a mistake either. Repair of the modded Lilliput is likely faster than enelmatic.