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    i bet he made it himself, also i work in shipping part time, and one of my customers have shipped one of those hp slim pc's

    that thing was small, i never got a chance to look at it though

    here is the manufactirer's link, the sad thuth that the processor is below 2 GHz
    http://www.shopping.hp.com/webapp/sh...true&tab=specs

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    Absolutely gorgeous touch-screen / dash fabrication!!! I can only pray for skills like that! (I'm not kiddin!)
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    Duct tape and a Bandana for the win, b!shes!!!

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    Case was made using good factory tools, there only one such case in the world My friend, who work at this factory, made it first stage, and I am finished it.
    That man does not make any mistakes, who does nothing...
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    Sorry for my poor English here :)

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    You have a very good and Nice Install
    Plan for project = 100%
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    Install ...............= 99% -50%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sem_
    Case was made using good factory tools, there only one such case in the world My friend, who work at this factory, made it first stage, and I am finished it.
    well you did a great job

    im getting one made by veritas forge here on the site so i know it will turn out good, but i like the way you have your layout. mine will be all one layer but it will be very thin.

    Again, great job!
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    I am actually wondering how you pulled the touchpad off of the keyboard and what type of connector you're using on the "other end' that plugs into the computer... ps2? usb? do you have pics of how you wired it to the connector?

    thanks dude! keep up the awesome work!
    - sh00k
    Duct tape and a Bandana for the win, b!shes!!!

    My Setup:http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=73500

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    Quote Originally Posted by breaker021 View Post
    I am actually wondering how you pulled the touchpad off of the keyboard and what type of connector you're using on the "other end' that plugs into the computer... ps2? usb? do you have pics of how you wired it to the connector?

    thanks dude! keep up the awesome work!
    - sh00k
    It is COM touchpad. But I've make the schematic to connect it via USB. I've use PL-2303 USB-2-COM bridge and two MAX-232 level converters (to get 12v. COM signal levels). I do not have the wiring diagramm for my schematic, but it is simple things, you can find the .pdf for PL-2303 and MAX-232 in the NET.
    http://www.prolific.com.tw/support/f...03HXD_v10B.pdf
    http://www.promelec.ru/pdf/MAX202E-MAX241E.pdf

    If you will have some questions, please feel free to ask me I will try to help.

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