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    Mp3Car High Brightness Monitor Comparison


    From left to right: Lilliput 669GL-70NP/C/T, Lilliput 669GL-70NP/C/T-HB-RV, Lilliput 669GL-70NP/C/T-5HB, Inelmatic XF700HB-USVA2.

    The two new Lilliput high brightness models are noticeably brighter in all lighting conditions than the standard Lilliput 669. Reflection on the standard Lilliput 669 is slightly higher. The new Lilliput models offer nice improvements over the standard Lilliput 669 for their respective prices. The Inelmatic monitor is noticeably brighter than all compared monitors in all lighting conditions. Contrast appears better and colors are noticeably more vivid with the Inelmatic. The Inelmatic also benefits from increased vibration, shock, and operating environment specs.


    In addition to brightness differences, The Lilliput 5HB model features a 5-wire resistive touch panel that assures more precise touch control. The HB-RV model uses the standard 4-wire resistive touch panel, but includes an exposed wire for auto-switching to a backup camera. The 5HB model has a slightly different touch panel design that doesnt allow it to fit in our double din frame. The HB-RV model does fit in our double din frame and can be fabricated into any one of our direct fit dash kits.



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    One question, can we add the transflective model to the mix? It would be nice to see the difference and to make sure the premium is worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ioi8 View Post
    one question, can we add the transflective model to the mix? It would be nice to see the difference and to make sure the premium is worth it.
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    The Inelmatic is not transflective? Why it's so ridiculously expensive then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxthebuilder View Post
    The Inelmatic is not transflective? Why it's so ridiculously expensive then?
    Did you not even read the review? Apparently it's ruggedized/industrialized. Able to withstand some abuse, actually built for industrial applications like CarPCs. Most everything that's industrial grade or ruggedized is expensive... It also sounds like they used a better panel and/or controller to get better color/viewing angle/contrast.

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    yes the intelmatic is definitely better equipped to handle being in the car. In my review i did some months ago the first thing i mentioned was the feel of the monitor. Its very heavy and solid and you can tell right away its built to withstand abuse.
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    So, if they put a transflective screen there it would be over $1000. I'd like to meet a person who'll pay this kind of money.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tidder View Post
    Did you not even read the review? Apparently it's ruggedized/industrialized. Able to withstand some abuse, actually built for industrial applications like CarPCs. Most everything that's industrial grade or ruggedized is expensive... It also sounds like they used a better panel and/or controller to get better color/viewing angle/contrast.

    C'mon meow.

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    According to EVERY Intelmatic Ad:

    Inelmatic XF700HB-USVA2 7" Transflective Industrial Touchscreen Monitor LED backlight Direct Sunlight Version



    The Inelmatic Industrial Grade Sunlight Readable VGA 7" Touch Screen Monitor is a perfect fit in applications where durability and sunlight readability are of paramount importance. Applications include personal vehicles, public transportation vehicles (buses, taxis, public fleet), public service vehicles (police, fire, ambulance, and other public fleet) and any other situation where visual quality, and touch screen performance are required.

    This monitor is designed for direct sunlight or strong ambient light. The XF700 is LED backlight, optically bonded, and has very high brightness (600nits).

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxthebuilder View Post
    The Inelmatic is not transflective? Why it's so ridiculously expensive then?
    It's transflective, plus optically bonded, otherwise the optical performance couldn't be so high.


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    mo-co-so is doing the 669 with both a Transflective and Optically Bonded options.
    http://www.mo-co-so.com/Lilliput-669...669-hb-rci.htm
    You can add the TFE/Bonded options on the right via the drop down box.
    We also have a couple of good comparison pics here
    http://www.mo-co-so.com/7-Transflect...-669-tfe-3.htm

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