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    1995 Camaro, EPIA M10000

    Really it's been installed for some time, but I'm getting ready to re-install and somebody was asking elsewhere about where to mount stuff in his '96 TA, so I took some pics and slapped a site together. Other than the obvious lack of permanently installed screens, what do ya think?

    http://www.kettering.edu/~benn0099/carputr1.htm
    Here it is, description then pics

    I can't get that to link in my signature, grrr....
    2006 Chevy Colorado: VIA M10000 EDEN, 1 GB RAM, 80 GB 2.5" Seagate HDD, USB Slim Slot DVD/RW, Holux GPS, MobileVU 10.4" LCD (touch not working yet), VOOMPC Case (blue), 70W DC-DC supply.

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    sigh... figures.
    2006 Chevy Colorado: VIA M10000 EDEN, 1 GB RAM, 80 GB 2.5" Seagate HDD, USB Slim Slot DVD/RW, Holux GPS, MobileVU 10.4" LCD (touch not working yet), VOOMPC Case (blue), 70W DC-DC supply.

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    Well, I've finially got the car-puter back from RMA... The whole story is on my website (follow the link to my carputer), as well as quite a few pictures. Take a look and tell me what you think. I'm always open to suggestions (as long as they don't involve removing the inverter, I love that thing). Well, here it is, in all of its... well... um... glory?
    want the direct link? http://www.bestechsolutions.com/car/car.htm

    Also, Frodo (I'm sure you'll see this cuz you seem to read everything), I linked to your site in some of my discussion, if you have a problem with it, let me know and I will remove it immediately.

    Thanks everybody!
    2006 Chevy Colorado: VIA M10000 EDEN, 1 GB RAM, 80 GB 2.5" Seagate HDD, USB Slim Slot DVD/RW, Holux GPS, MobileVU 10.4" LCD (touch not working yet), VOOMPC Case (blue), 70W DC-DC supply.

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    Creative. Don't all those wires hanging around bug you? It kind of looks like a video game machine or something.

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    Yes a bit. I have a touchpad that I have to place in the cup holder in front of the armrest. Once that is in, I won't need the USB mouse. The keyboard I only plug in when I need it. All the wires on the side can be tucked under, until they get moved to the SCSI connector I want to put in the back. Then there will be no visible wires.
    2006 Chevy Colorado: VIA M10000 EDEN, 1 GB RAM, 80 GB 2.5" Seagate HDD, USB Slim Slot DVD/RW, Holux GPS, MobileVU 10.4" LCD (touch not working yet), VOOMPC Case (blue), 70W DC-DC supply.

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