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Screen Tablet malarky => Monitors => Topic started by: Drewid on December 02, 2006, 12:06:23 AM



Title: Good Monitors
Post by: Drewid on December 02, 2006, 12:06:23 AM
Good monitors in this thread. 

A link to the monitor strip would be goood.


Title: ya3 - Compaq TFT-1501
Post by: Drewid on December 02, 2006, 12:09:17 AM
See my build log for pics and such...

http://forum.bongofish.co.uk/index.php?topic=15.0

Quite a nice little monitor. Trickiest part was finding out that you have to pry open the case with a sharp object around the edges. From there, it was just a matter of unscrewing and unplugging everything, and then stripping the metal off actual LCD panel:

- Unscrew the screws on the side of the LCD
- Peel off all that clear plastic sticking down the two boards attached to the LCD
- Find the little 'tabs' along the edge of the frame - there are a few. Just bend them outwards
- Remove the tiny little black screws around the edge
- Then pry off the metal backing with something sharp

The flat ribbon cables (FFCs) had me stumped for quite a while. I found out you have to flick the little black section upwards. It's just like a switch that clamps the cable in place.

Aaaaand that's about it


Title: Drewids - Dell 1503fp
Post by: Drewid on December 02, 2006, 12:26:05 AM
strip here-  http://www.bongofish.co.uk/Wacom/wacom_pt5.html

Couple of clips hidden in holes in the bottom of the case.
Needs a screwdriver round the edge to crack the case open.

Most of the rest is various size screwdrivers. 

The screen has lil' metal tabs that need bending back,

more details in the log.



 



Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: chingwa on December 14, 2006, 04:27:02 AM
When shopping for a monitor it may be helful to note if the power input is a standard computer power cable into the back of the monitor or whether it's a round adapter socket in the back.  So far in my build the powerblock that resides in the monitor is causing me some unexpected trouble that may have been alleviated with a monitor that has the power transformer on the cord rather than in the monitor itself.  Just a thought.  Wish I knew then what I know now....


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Drewid on December 18, 2006, 02:45:30 PM
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Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: SchwarzerPrinz on December 18, 2006, 11:14:52 PM
I have to dissent, Milord! ;D

Monitors with internal power supplies are not a NOGO by definition. You will just have some more work to do on them. Monitors with a dedicated transformator will work, too. You will just have to move the transformator into a little box and build in some extension. Monitors with integrated transformators (i.e. built onto a shared platine) will force you to either physically part the platine (most time no good idea) or dismount the transformator from the platine (often possible, but seldom worth it).


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Drewid on December 18, 2006, 11:22:23 PM
Ha sirrah,  This is true, but it starts to hit the "more trouble than it's worth" limit,  forsooth. ;D


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: SchwarzerPrinz on December 18, 2006, 11:34:57 PM
Thy wisdom shall be praysed! :D


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jeremyx on January 16, 2007, 10:03:26 AM
heres a big leap...  dozens upon dozens of lcd monitors with external power not confirmed tho check the product just to be 100%

    * Acer LCD Monitor
      Acer AC501, Acer AC711, Acer AC915, Acer AF705, Acer AL506, Acer AL511, Acer AL512, Acer AL532, Acer AL712, Acer AL713, Acer AL715, Acer AL716, Acer AL722, Acer AL732, Acer AL922

    * AG Neovo LCD Monitor
      AG Neovo F-415, AG Neovo F-417, AG Neovo F-419, AG Neovo LCD Monitor, AG Neovo M-15, AG Neovo S15T, AG Neovo S15V, AG Neovo S-17, AG Neovo S-18, AG Neovo S-19, AG Neovo X-174, AG Neovo X-215

    * BenQ LCD Monitor
      BenQ FP2081, BenQ FP450, BenQ FP547, BenQ FP553, BenQ FP557, BenQ FP563, BenQ FP567, BenQ FP581, BenQ FP581, BenQ FP591, BenQ FP731, BenQ FP747, BenQ FP751, BenQ FP767, BenQ FP791, BenQ FP855, BenQ FP991

    * Megavision LCD Monitor
      HitachiMV140/ MV151/ MV170/ MV171/ MV173

    * ADI LCD Monitor
      A2304 / A500 / A5000 / A501 / A502 / A505 / A700 / A701 / A704 / A707 / A904 / I600 / I610 / MJ15 / MJ175 / MX15 / S500

    * Action LCD Monitor
      All kinds of monitors

    * AOC LCD Monitor
      LM520 / LM720 / LM729 / LM800 / LM914

    * Batesias LCD Monitor
      BALT15 / BALT17S / BT-1711 / CL-150P / V171RTNRA / V171RUXRA / V171RUXRSA / V172RTNRA / V175RUXRA/ V175RUXRSA / VMT201-1-D

    * COMPAQ LCD Monitor
      LCDs with a power rate at 12v, 5A, 60 watt or below

    * CTX LCD Monitor
      P922E / PV500BT / PV505B / PV520 / PV5500B / PV700 / PV700B / PV720 / PV720A / PV7201 / PV722E / PV722I / PV740MDV/ PV910MD / PV910MDB/ S500

    * Envision LCD Monitor
      EN-5100 / EN-5200 / EN-7100S / EN-7500 / EN-8100E / EN-9110

    * FMI LCD Monitor
      All kinds of monitors

    * GEM LCD Monitor
      GL-500A / GL-556A / GL-70FA / GL-822A/ GL-715A/ GL-812A/ GL-821A/ GL-822 / GL-822A / GL-150L/ GL-180TUA/ GL-1821A/ GL-190Z2/ GL-1920A/ GL-1920B / GL-1920S / GL-JT166S / GL-L17AAM / GL-T2315U

    * NESO LCD Monitor
      LD500 / LD500V / LD530 / LD700V / LD730/ V700 / V700D

    * PLANAR LCD Monitor
      PL120 / PL150 / PL170 / PL170M / PL171M / PL190 / PL190M / PL191M / PL191 / PX171M/ PX191

    * PRELUDE ADI LCD Monitor
      MTADI701/ MTPRE15/ MTPRE19/ MTPRE23

    * PROVIEW LCD Monitor
      PL566 / PL766 / PL866 / PL966 / PRO758

    * SAMPO LCD Monitor
      PD-40FA11 / PD-40FA11M / P5011MS / P504M / P507M / PD-70FA16 / PD-70FA26M / PD-70FA56 P7011MS / P702M / P707M / P704M / P705 / PD-80A11 / P902M

    * SLIMAGE LCD Monitor
      100D / 100DWHI / 180TUA / 1920A / 200A / 400A / 401MSR / 510A / 610A / 710A / 821A

    * TATUNG LCD Monitor
      L5CTS/ L5CES/ L5CESB/ L17AMTN/ L7CMS/ L7CMSB

    * US LOGIC LCD Monitor
      LT15A / PV1710 and all other LCD monitors

    * VIEWSONIC LCD Monitor
      Q170 / Q170B / VE150 / VE170

    * HITACHI LCD Monitor
      LCDs with a power rate at 12v, 5A, 60 watt or below

    * KDS LCD Monitor
      KDS Radius RAD-5, KDS Radius Rad-7c, KDS Radius Rad-9P

    * Mitsubishi LCD Monitor
      Mitsubishi DV150

    * Princeton LCD Monitor
      Princeton Senergy 2081, Princeton Senergy 561, Princeton Senergy 561, Princeton Senergy 561, Princeton Senergy 751, Princeton Senergy 850, PrincetonSenergy 981



Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jeremyx on January 16, 2007, 10:08:42 AM
sorry if my previous post has listed a monitor twice

ACER: AC501/ AC711/ AC915/ AF705 / AL506 / AL511 / AL512 / AL532 / AL712 / AL713 / AL715 / AL716 / AL722 / AL732 / AL922

ACTION: All monitors

ADI: A2304 / A500 / A5000 / A501 / A502 / A505 / A700 / A701 / A704 / A707 / A904 / I600 / I610 / MJ15 / MJ175 / MX15 / S500

AG NEOVO: F-415 / F-417 / F-419 / M-15 / S15T / S15V / S-17 / S-18 / S-19 / X-174 / X-215

AOC: LM520 /  LM720 / LM729 / LM800 / LM914

Batesias LCD: BALT15 / BALT17S / BT-1711 / CL-150P / V171RTNRA / V171RUXRA / V171RUXRSA / V172RTNRA / V175RUXRA/ V175RUXRSA / VMT201-1-D

BENQ: FP2081 / FP450 / FP547 / FP553 / FP557 / FP563 / FP567 / FP575 /  FP581 / FP591 / FP731 / FP747 / FP751 / FP767 / FP791 / FP855 / FP991

COMPAQ: LCDs with a power rate at 12v, 5A, 60 watt or below

CTX: P922E / PV500BT / PV505B / PV520 / PV5500B / PV700 / PV700B / PV720 / PV720A / PV7201 / PV722E / PV722I / PV740MDV/ PV910MD / PV910MDB/  S500

Envision: EN-5100 / EN-5200 / EN-7100S / EN-7500 / EN-8100E / EN-9110

FMI: All monitors

Gem: GL-500A / GL-556A / GL-70FA / GL-822A/ GL-715A/ GL-812A/ GL-821A/ GL-822 / GL-822A / GL-150L/ GL-180TUA/ GL-1821A/ GL-190Z2/  GL-1920A/ GL-1920B / GL-1920S / GL-JT166S / GL-L17AAM / GL-T2315U

HITACHI: LCDs with a power rate at 12v, 5A, 60 watt or below

HP / COMPAQ: PAVILION 1503 D5061-A F1044A F1044B F1503 1703 F1703 L1800 0950-3415 ADPC12350BB

KDS: Radius RAD-5 / Radius Rad-7c

Megavision LCD: MV140/ MV151/ MV170/ MV171/ MV173

Microtek LCD:  710S/ C593/ C783GM/ C997SD

MITSUBISHI / NEC: DV150 & LCD with a power rate at 12v, 5A, 60 watt or below

Neso LCD: LD500 / LD500V / LD530 / LD700V / LD730/ V700 / V700D

PIXO: AT700S

PLANAR: PL120 / PL150 / PL170 / PL170M / PL171M / PL190 / PL190M / PL191M / PL191 / PX171M/ PX191

PRELUDE ADI: MTADI701/ MTPRE15/ MTPRE19/ MTPRE23

PRINCETON SENERGY: 2081 / 561 / 751 / 850 / 981

PROVIEW: PL566 / PL766 / PL866 / PL966 / PRO758

Radius: RAD-5 / Rad-7c

SAMPO: 12": PD-40FA11 / PD-40FA11M
                 15": P5011MS / P504M /P507M / PD-70FA16 / PD-70FA26M / PD-70FA56 /
                 17":  P7011MS / P702M / P707M /   P704M / P705 / PD-80A11
                 19": P902M

Silicon Graphics SGI 1600SW Part# 2011-4012

SLC:  A01F

SLIMAGE: 100D / 100DWHI / 180TUA / 1920A / 200A / 400A / 401MSR / 510A / 610A / 710A / 821A

TATUNG LCD: 15" L5CTS/ L5CES/ L5CESB/ 17" L17AMTN/ L7CMS/ L7CMSB

US LOGIC LCD: LT15A / PV1710 and all other LCD monitors

VIEWSONIC: Q170/ Q170B  / VE150 / VE170


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jeremyx on January 16, 2007, 10:09:03 AM
sorry double posted


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jeremyx on January 16, 2007, 10:14:08 AM
and again
    *DELL  1701FP
    * DELL 1702FP
    * DELL 1701
    * DELL 1702
    * DELL 1900FP
    * Samsung 191T
    * Samsung LTM1555
    * Samsung SYNCM150MP
    * Samsung SYNCM152B
    * Samsung SYNCM152T
    * Samsung SYNCM170T
    * Samsung SYNCM172B
    * Samsung SYNCM172S
    * Samsung SYNCM172T
    * Samsung SYNCM180T
    * Samsung SYNCM191T
    * Samsung SYNCM192T
    * Samsung SYNCM570STFT
    * Samsung SYNCM570VTFT
    * Samsung SYNCM760VTFT
    * Samsung SYNCM770TFT
    * Samsung SMLTN1565
    * Samsung SM1501MP
    * Samsung SM171P series


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Clint on January 16, 2007, 11:12:50 PM
You should post them under Unknown Monitors: http://forum.bongofish.co.uk/index.php?topic=76.0


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Drewid on January 16, 2007, 11:27:06 PM
I'll have a think about how to arrange all this information.  I'd like a thread for monitors that we've have sucessful results from, which is a (ahem) limited list so far.

Also there are other things worth looking at as well as power supply. Lots of LCDs have a limited colour range (6 bit rather than 8 bit),  others have plastic backing to the backlight instead of metal, which would make the build easier, some have other issues associated with them.  For example the SGI 1600 monitor in that list for instance.  It's a lovely piece of kit, but needs specialist cards and converters to run it, which are scarce and expensive. Good res and colour though, but would leav a lot of tablet or monitor left over..We just dont have that info yet.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: klaus on January 19, 2007, 12:09:28 AM
After a bit of research it seems like the DELL 2100FP has an external powersupply.
Now I just have to find one to buy.

Klaus


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jeremyx on January 19, 2007, 01:17:04 AM
hey i dont think dell has any 21 inch external monitors but what i think thats perfect for you is the 20 inch ones here you go

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/monitors/2001fp/EN/attach.htm

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/monitors/2000fp/En/attach.htm


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Ferret on January 22, 2007, 02:18:55 AM
Actually, the SGI DOESN'T need extra gear: They're dual input, SVGA DBH15 and the SGI 13W3 connector. They're actually rebranded Trinitrons, all the SGI monitors are.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Drewid on January 22, 2007, 10:28:29 AM
Now that's kind of interesting seeing are they are a particularly good spec.  I spotted a box of ten of em on ebay that went for £150. 


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Ferret on January 22, 2007, 10:33:46 AM
*jaw drops* ;_;
                   _


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Drewid on January 22, 2007, 10:34:50 AM
worth looking the the "wholesale" section occasionally. ;D


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Ferret on January 22, 2007, 10:38:04 AM
There's a wholesale section?  :o


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Drewid on January 22, 2007, 11:24:51 AM
http://wholesale.ebay.co.uk/


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Ferret on January 23, 2007, 02:39:23 AM
Nothing exciting at the moment.

A job lot of 20 UD1212's would be appreciated.

Say 20, at an average of £5 each?


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: wei803 on January 23, 2007, 02:49:06 AM
 ;D i don't mine to share the bulk if there's one.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Ferret on January 23, 2007, 03:00:42 AM
You'll be the first to know.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jeremyx on January 23, 2007, 01:39:55 PM
more monitors

Brand
   Model
   Description
   OnLine Stroe
Acer
   AC915
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Acer
   AF705
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Acer
   AL506
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Acer
   AL511
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Acer
   AL512
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Acer
   AL532
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Acer
   AL712
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Acer
   AL713
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Acer
   AL715
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Acer
   AL716
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Acer
   AL722
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Acer
   AL732
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Acer
   AL922
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
AG Neovo
   F-415
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
AG Neovo
   F417
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
AG Neovo
   F419
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
AG Neovo
   M-15
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
AG Neovo
   S15T
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
AG Neovo
   S15V
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
AG Neovo
   S-17
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
AG Neovo
   S-18
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
AG Neovo
   S-19
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
AG Neovo
   X-174
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
AG Neovo
   X-215
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
AOC
   L700
   Generic Replacement
   Buy Now
Batesias
   BALT15
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Batesias
   BALT17S
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Batesias
   BT-1711
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Batesias
   CL-150P
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Batesias
   V171RTNRA
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Batesias
   V171RUXRA
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Batesias
   V171RUXRSA
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Batesias
   V172RTNREA
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Batesias
   V175RUXRA
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Batesias
   V175RUXRSA
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Batesias
   VMT201-1-1-D
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP2081
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP450
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP547
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP553
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP563
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP567
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP581
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP591
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP731
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP747
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP767
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP791
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP855
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
BenQ
   FP991
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Cornea
   CT1501
   Original Replacement
   Buy Now
Cornea
   CT1503T
   Original Replacement
   Buy Now
Cornea
   MP503
   Original Replacement
   Buy Now
Cornea
   CT1700
   Original Replacement
   Buy Now
Cornea
   MP703
   Original Replacement
   Buy Now
Cornea
   MP704
   Original Replacement
   Buy Now
Cornea
   CT1702T
   Original Replacement
   Buy Now
Cornea
   CT1810
   Original Replacement
   Buy Now
Cornea
   MP800
   Original Replacement
   Buy Now
Compaq
   TFT8000
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Compaq
   FP7020/CM870
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Compaq
   TFT8020
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Dell
   1503FP
   Generic Replacement
   Buy Now
Dell
   1702FP
   Generic Replacement
   Buy Now
Dell
   2000FP
   Generic Replacement
   Buy Now
Envision
   EN-7100e
   Generic Replacement
   Buy Now
Envision
   EN-7100s
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Envision
   TFT1980/EN9110
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Future Power
   Power 5
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gateway
   FPD1520
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-150L
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-180TUA
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-1821A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-190Z2
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-1920A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-1920B
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-1920S
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-500A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL566A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-70FA
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-715A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-812A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-821A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-822A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-JT166S
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-L17AAM
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Gem
   GL-T2315U
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
HP
   D5060A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
HP
   L1520
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
HP
   L1820
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
KDS Raduis
   RAD-5
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
KDS Raduis
   RAD-7
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
KDS Radius
   RAD-9
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
IBM
   9511-AG1
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
IBM
   9513-AW1
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Megavision
   MV140
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Megavision
   MV151
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Megavision
   MV170
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Megavision
   MV171
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Megavision
   MV173
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Microtek
   710S
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Microtek
   C593
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Microtek
   C783GM
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Microtek
   C997SD
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Mitsubishi
   DV150
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
NEC
   LCD1525V
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Neso
   LD500
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Neso
   LD500V
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Neso
   LD530
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Neso
   LD700V
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Neso
   LD730
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Neso
   PIXOAT700S
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Optiquest
   L17AMTN
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Princeton
   Senergy 2081
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Princeton
   Senergy 561
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Princeton
   Senergy 751
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Princeton
   Senergy 850
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Princeton
   Senergy 981
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Samsung
   SyncMaster 570V
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Sharp
   LL-M17W1U
   Generic Replacement
   Buy Now
Slimage
   400A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Slimage
   401MSR
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Slimage
   510A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Slimage
   610A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Slimage
   710A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Slimage
   821A
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
SYS
   17-W-MT
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
SYS
   180-C-SI
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
SYS
   17-C-MY
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Sony
   CPD-L150
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Sony
   CPD-L133
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VPD180
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VG150
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VG151
   Original Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VE150
   Original  Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VA720
   Generic Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VE170M
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VG180
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VG171B
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VG175
   Original  Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VG700b
   Generic Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VA800
   Original  Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VG800
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VG181
   Original Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VG191
   Original Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VG900B
   Original Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VP151
   Generic Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VP181
   Generic Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   VX900
   Generic Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   Q170
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
ViewSonic
   Q170B
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Xcreen
   TF15
   Generic  Replacement
   Buy Now
Xenon
   XE-1810


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Ferret on January 23, 2007, 02:49:10 PM
o.O

Generic replacement buy now?


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jeremyx on January 23, 2007, 03:03:32 PM
read my other topic its just that website but im making this thred all about external monitors here are some more

SAMSUNG LT-P1795W

SONY CPD-L133
SONY CPD-L150
SONY CPD-L200

Samsung LTM1525
Samsung LTM1575WX
Samsung LTM1775
Samsung LTM1775W
Samsung LTN151
Samsung LTN1765    Samsung SYNCM172MP
Samsung STM1575WX
Samsung LTM1755
Samsung SYNCM170MP with built in TV tuner.

Megavision MV140
Megavision MV151
Microtek 710S
Microtek C593
Microtek C783GM
Microtek C997SD    Neso LD500
Neso LD500V
Neso LD530
Neso LD700V
Neso LD730
PIXO AT700
SLC A01F

# Viewsonic VG150
# Viewsonic VG151
# Viewsonic VP140
# Viewsonic VP150M
# Planer LP150-BK

Acer AC501
Acer AC711
Acer AC915
Acer AF705
Acer AL506
Acer AL511
Acer AL512
Acer AL532
Acer AL712
Acer AL713
Acer AL715
Acer AL716
Acer AL722
Acer AL732
Acer AL922
Acer LCD Monitor
AG Neovo F-415
AG Neovo F-417
AG Neovo F-419
AG Neovo LCD Monitor
AG Neovo M-15
AG Neovo S15T
AG Neovo S15V
AG Neovo S-17
AG Neovo S-18
AG Neovo S-19
AG Neovo X-174
AG Neovo X-215
Batesias BALT15
Batesias BALT17S
Batesias BT-1711
Batesias CL-150P
Batesias V171RTNRA
Batesias V171RUXRA
Batesias V171RUXRSA
Batesias V172RTNRA
Batesias V175RUXRA
Batesias V175RUXRSA
Batesias VMT201-1-D
   BenQ FP2081
BenQ FP450
BenQ FP547
BenQ FP553
BenQ FP557
BenQ FP563
BenQ FP567
BenQ FP581
BenQ FP581
BenQ FP591
BenQ FP731
BenQ FP747
BenQ FP767
BenQ FP791
BenQ FP855
BenQ FP991
BenQ LCD Monitor
Gem GL-150L
Gem GL-180TUA
Gem GL-1821A
Gem GL-190Z2
Gem GL-1920A
Gem GL-1920B
Gem GL-1920S
Gem GL-500A
Gem GL-556A
Gem GL-70FA
Gem GL-715A
Gem GL-812A
Gem GL-821A
Gem GL-822A
Gem GL-JT166S
Gem GL-L17AAM
Gem GL-T2315U
Gem GL-T2315U
Hitachi EM
Hitachi LCD
KDS Radius RAD-5
KDS Radius Rad-7c
   Megavision MV140
Megavision MV151
Megavision MV170
Megavision MV171
Megavision MV173
Microtek 710S
Microtek C593
Microtek C783GM
Microtek C997SD
Mitsubishi DV150
Monitor KDS LCD Monitor
Neso LD500
Neso LD500V
Neso LD530
Neso LD700V
Neso LD730
Neso PIXOAT700S
Planer PL191M
Planer PT1503N
Princeton LCD Monitor
Princeton Senergy 2081
Princeton Senergy 561
Princeton Senergy 561
Princeton Senergy 561
Princeton Senergy 751
Princeton Senergy 850
Princeton Senergy 981
Radius LCD Monitor
Radius RAD-5(4.8mm or 5.5mm connector?)
Radius Rad-7c
Radius Rad-9P
Slimage 100DWHI
Slimage 400A
Slimage 401MSR
Slimage 510A
Slimage 610A
Slimage 710A
Slimage 821A
SYS 180TUA
Viewsonic Q170
Viewsonic Q170B

# HP Pavilion F50
# HP Pavilion F70

# ViewSonic VG900b
# Envision EN-5100, EN-5200, EN-7100S, EN-7500, EN-8100e, EN-9110 Xscreen LCD Monitor
# AOC LM520, LM720, LM729, LM800, LM914 LCD Monitor

ViewSonic Q191B

DELL 1701 1702 and 1900FP LCD Flat Panel Monitors

IBM LCD 6657-XXX, 6658-XXX, 9512-XXX.

Megavision MV140
Megavision MV151
Microtek 710S
Microtek C593
Microtek C783GM
Microtek C997SD    Neso LD500
Neso LD500V
Neso LD530
Neso LD700V
Neso LD730
PIXO AT700
SLC A01F


Samsung SyncMaster LCD Monitor

LTM1555
LTN1565
SM1501MP
SM150MP
SM152B
SM152T
SM170T
SM171P
SM172B
SM172b
SM172T
SM180T
SM191T
   SM192T
SM570STFT
SM570VTFT
SM760VTFT
SM770TFT
SMLTN1565
SYNCM1501MP
SYNCM150MP
SYNCM152B
SYNCM152T
SYNCM170T
SYNCM171P
SYNCM172B     SYNCM172S
SYNCM172T
SYNCM180T
SYNCM191T
SYNCM192t
SYNCM570STFT
SYNCM570VTFT
SYNCM760VTFT
SYNCM770TFT


SONY SDM-V72W
SONY SDM-V72B

SONY SDM-M51
SONY SDM-M61

SONY SDM-S71/B
SONY SDM-S81/B


i hope this is not spam at this point heh


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Drewid on January 23, 2007, 04:17:05 PM
Well as a list like that is doesn't really tell us anything. Do they all have external power supplies?


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: kubi on January 23, 2007, 05:46:51 PM
the list contains also crts..... for example Acer AC711 all Acer ACxxx are CRTs so not usable for this project.....


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jeremyx on January 24, 2007, 12:01:21 AM
yer sorry bout posting models twice and some monitors having crts dont lynch me!

YES ALL MONITORS ARE EXTERNAL


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Ferret on January 24, 2007, 12:03:28 AM
A CRT with an external Power supply!?


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Chems on January 25, 2007, 11:36:54 PM
Just to say again whats already been said, the HP 1501 15 Inch LCD which comes branded as a few diffrent makes, compaq etc but all with the same 1501 number is an excellent monitor to use.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Switz on January 26, 2007, 09:57:09 PM
Now, I have not tried this, but from what I have read, this looks like the perfect lcd for this! (just dont hold me accountable  :P )

The Iiyama BX3814UT 

Quote
This display doesn’t boast any extraordinary features, as well. Its specifications are just a little better than those of the Compaq model: 120/100 degrees viewing angles, 30ms response time, 320nit brightness, 300:1 contrast ratio. The viewing angles turned to be rather strange: the manual said you could look at the screen at an angle of 40 degrees from above and 60 degrees – from below. In practice, however, when you looked at the display just a little from below, its upper part got noticeably darker. At the same time, it’s all right when you look at it from a side or from above, and the picture is quite discernable even when your line of view is in parallel to the screen. Subjectively, the eyes were least of all tired when brightness and contrast were set to 40%.

The design of the model is a bit clumsy and bulky, especially that broad bezel. The base has no height-adjustment options; the portrait mode and wall mounting (a useful thing sometimes) are not available, either. Although this model has rather large dimensions, its power unit is external.

The menu is far from perfection. It’s too ascetic, although there are all necessary functions present. The most common settings – brightness, contrast and self-tuning – are accessed with one button, though.

This display also proved a little worse than its specs said: 35ms (28ms pixel light-up time and 7ms pixel fadeout time).

It is 35ms, but from what I have read from here (http://www.denguru.com/2004/11/13/supersize_your_tv_for_/page7.html) it strips very easily and from (http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/other/display/response_3.html) it has an external.  Also has some nice viewing angles except for from the bottom from what I can read.

Whatever, just posting this.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Switz on January 30, 2007, 06:31:22 AM
Mabye found a better one?!

http://www.lumenlab.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=987

From there, a CT-529 is a very easy strip.  They say they did it in under 30 minutes.  Also, very good response time 16ms.
External power supply.

This information is not tested or guarenteed, but someone, try it out!


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Bhrazz on February 16, 2007, 08:48:23 PM
Samtack 17" LCD Monitor

VERY EASY TO STRIP DOWN. External Adapter. It have some backlight but nothing very extrem and I can't notice it at all when the background is not 100% black. I can't really see why this monitor look so crap cause it gives a nice quality of image. I havent try anything like video/games but that is not what we mean to do with monitor here . Overall is a good monitor for cintiq homemade.

Mfr. Part Number:     GEML17MM
Monitor Type    LCD
Analog vs Digital    Analog
Brightness    300cd/m2
Built in TV Tuner    No
Contrast Ratio    500:1
Maximum Resolution    1280 x 1024
Other    No
Product Dimensions    38.5(W) x 41.0(H) x 20.5(D) cm
Product Weight    4.7 kg
Response Time    12ms
Screen Size    17"
Speakers Included    Yes
Warranty    1 Year Parts & Labour

Weblink with pics/Price:
http://www.bestbuy.ca/catalog/proddetail.asp?logon=&langid=EN&sku_id=0926INGFS10078119&catid=20371

It was 20$ off when I bought it. So make it 149.99$ for me.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: dynam1c on February 17, 2007, 12:35:48 AM
Ok here are the details on the Mobi..

http://www.vtec.co.uk/product/261_649.asp

Great monitor for this sort of project, really easy to take apart no cable issues, EL foil light thingy, (thats right no tubes or bulbs or anything) Kinda low light intensity but not bad for drawing distances, crap to watch movies off.. ! So for the home made tablet pc guys out there dont btoher with this one.

No interferance what so ever, unless you place the pad ontop of the brick (external power supply) which woudl make no sense but hey you never know. !!


# 15" screen (15" viewable image)
# 1024 x 768 maximum resolution
# 80 horizontal and 40 vertical viewing angle
# 35 ms response time
# PC and Macintosh compatible
# 0.297mm dot pitch
# 30~62 KHz horizontal frequency
# 56~75 Hz vertical frequency
# Built-in speakers with 2W per channel
# 80 nits brightness
# 250:1 contrast ratio


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: naspc on February 19, 2007, 07:20:50 PM
that mobi looks nice.  do they sell those in the us?
i tried googleing  it but no dice all i find is the power brick for sale.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Switz on February 19, 2007, 07:31:01 PM
Hmm, I suggest just getting the dell 1503fp, look at my build on how to strip it, very easy

http://search.ebay.com/search/search.dll?sofocus=bs&sbrftog=1&catref=C6&from=R10&submitsearch=Search&satitle=1503fp&sacat=74932%26catref%3DC6&sargn=-1%26saslc%3D2&sadis=200&fpos=19004&ftrt=1&ftrv=1&saprclo=&saprchi=&fsop=1&fsoo=1


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: naspc on February 19, 2007, 08:03:47 PM
i might just go that route, it seems that they really don't make external power lcd monitor anymore, i went through every lcd on newegg.
if i have any problems or questions do mind coaching me through it?
 hey switz i can't seem to find your build log.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Switz on February 19, 2007, 08:39:34 PM
http://forum.bongofish.co.uk/index.php?topic=251.0

Check out that, I bought mine from him

My Build log is right here:

The pictures are down because I ran out of bandwith, if you have msn, I can send you all of them

http://forum.bongofish.co.uk/index.php?topic=216.0


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: naspc on February 20, 2007, 12:26:23 PM
no i don't have msn can you email me the pictures some how?  i am really eager to start!

has anyone consider this lcd?
http://www.soyousa.com/products/proddesc.php?id=402&PHPSESSID=15a18e7488265c5c83678342d975c218


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Chems on February 28, 2007, 01:24:54 PM
Just to say again, both me an Switz have used the 1501 monitor, comes in diffrent brands, Compaq and Dell, but its actually made by HP and has a 30ms response time!

I have next to no jitters and Ive added a little shielding.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jono on April 08, 2007, 12:00:17 AM
dell fp/mobi/sony sdm-n50, which is the best monitor to put on my wacom. i wz thinking about the sony because i havnt much expiriance with hardware and it looks to be the easiest. are leds better than the foil thing? ive found a fyew 17inch monitor that look like they must be 12/12 inches, but they all look like a pain in the ass to convert and seem to have shity stands for being a tablet.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jono on April 08, 2007, 12:20:46 AM
i spoke to soon, i think i just found my monitor, sony sdm-n80. its 14/11inches.

http://www.cs-software.com/hardware/monitors/sony/sdm-n80.html


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Switz on April 08, 2007, 12:51:48 AM
The n50,  is very hard to strip especially if you have never stripped it before.  I stripped it, but I have done a few, it is very hard  if you do go there, I will help you


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jono on April 08, 2007, 04:00:38 AM
has anyone striped a hp vs17, i want one coz it th closest thing to 12 by 12 (17inch 5/4) tho i dont kno if the power suply is built in or not???i think i can see a brick in that wire


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jono on April 08, 2007, 04:03:18 AM
sory, wrong pic


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Switz on April 08, 2007, 05:07:21 AM
I cant see it

Drew, can you make moderator permissions to see attachments lol

thanks


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: DonShole on April 08, 2007, 01:36:52 PM
Packard Bell L15CX, also a slightly different version called CT500c.  They pop up on ebay fairly frequently.  Very easy to strip. No FFC issues, thus no need for extensions to be made.  Great for a first build.  Be careful though, don't break any of the ccfls.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jono on April 08, 2007, 03:10:55 PM
cool, if u say its eazsy ill buy it, im going in to town to pretend that i intend to buy the monitor from the computer super store so that i can see the external power suply and they may ecen let me see if my wacom works ontop of the screen. im asuming the screen type is the same as the rest of the hp range, how do we know wether the monitor will give me the jiters or not?


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jono on April 09, 2007, 10:23:08 AM
pants, i bid 90sqids but it went for 92. oh well back to the search.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jono on April 15, 2007, 09:24:57 PM
i won the monitor ;D, the 92sqids guy droped out so th german bloke ofered it to me for 90 including postage. i gota drop all my creative projects to finish an essay in a couple days but hopefuly by th time i get the monitor ill have read enough build logs to start striping, the monitor that is.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Chems on April 16, 2007, 11:38:45 AM
Good stuff jono, nice to see you got it in the end. Now just dont break it!

Dont forget once you get the monitor you will need to order the FFC's and they will take a week or so to get to you so youve got loads of time to write that essay.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Switz on April 16, 2007, 05:03:22 PM
he said there werent ffc issues so....


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jono on April 16, 2007, 08:41:18 PM
not breaking anything is defs the priority, closely folowed by not electricuting myself. theres something eiry about the build logs that end with broken stuff

is the Packard Bell L15CX monitors simula to my hp17fp? i just hope it has led's


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Chems on April 16, 2007, 10:31:06 PM
he said there werent ffc issues so....

You think I read all these posts? I have things to do man!


lol jk'ing of course.

You will need FFC extensions, that a fact, but are you saying you already have some?


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: jono on April 16, 2007, 11:38:02 PM
i dont have notin but a tablet at th mo, twaz don who said i dun need no pesky ffc things. ??? well se when i get th monitor.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Switz on April 17, 2007, 01:30:36 AM
DUDE!
some monitors dont need ffc ext.

I have 1 that doesnt


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Chems on April 17, 2007, 11:48:53 AM
Man thats so unfair, I had to get like 5 orders from DIYBeamer. I extended not only the L FFC but also the main ones as well. Oh well I still have the uber build:

(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v621/Chems-/th_DSC01872.jpg) (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v621/Chems-/DSC01872.jpg)




Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Drewid on April 17, 2007, 06:07:25 PM
That pic makes me grin.   ;D


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Chems on April 17, 2007, 09:58:18 PM
Me too!


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Dragonoid on April 03, 2008, 10:24:01 PM
What do you think is better 8ms at 400:1 or 12ms at 500:1?
I found an interesting 15" monitor called Viewera 8ms 400:1 with a external power supply. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824138073&ATT=24-138-073&CMP=OTC-pr1c3watch&nm_mc=OTC-pr1c3watch&cm_mmc=OTC-pr1c3watch-_-Monitors+-+LCD+Flat+Panel-_-VIEWERA-_-24138073
Is 400:1 a good enough contrast ratio or would 500:1 be better, or is there not much of a difference?


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Drewid on April 04, 2008, 08:25:03 AM
The more contrast range the better.  For a monitor for drawing on, I'd go with that over refresh speed. 


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: AndreZX on April 04, 2008, 03:29:34 PM
I actually think the LCD the real Cintiq uses is only 400:1, but that's a totally different animal than your standard LCD. I'm sure they've been manufactured for excellent color accuracy and all of that jazz.

I'd go with the 500:1 if possible.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: mrblackbird on July 28, 2008, 01:59:48 PM
Tidbit, ran across a 20'' monitor with an external power supply.

 Asus PW201, DVI is the standard hook up on this monitor, contrast is 800:1 and resolution is 1680 x 1050. Don't know the schematics inside of these guys, but I thought it might be worth looking into. It seems to be getting average reviews all around.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: m0x on July 29, 2008, 12:47:06 AM
Well...I didn't really read  all this stuff in this thread...but does someone know if theres any good LVDS-Controller for the DELL  1701FP ?

I'm not sure were I can get this ...or even how much to pay for it ....

The actual case is that I got an 12x12 inch Wacom, I didnt get a useful 9x12 :/
So if someone wants to swap his 9x12 for my 12x12, I'm here, just write me a mail:)


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Drewid on August 02, 2008, 05:54:23 PM
Are you planning on running the 1701 from a laptop signal?


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Bobster on November 11, 2008, 12:10:31 AM
So if someone wants to swap his 9x12 for my 12x12, I'm here, just write me a mail:)

is it Intuos 2?


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Bobster on November 11, 2008, 12:13:39 AM
oh and you can check your monitors here - http://www.flatpanels.dk/panels.php will tell you what panel its running :)


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: Bobster on November 11, 2008, 01:33:40 AM
found this site not sure if its of any help -

http://www.cyber-lcd.com/


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: elab13 on April 18, 2010, 08:30:21 AM
Hi Has anybody worked on a Belinea 101555 before - need some help. Is this a good monitor to use. Thanks


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: threedprof on October 12, 2010, 11:54:12 PM
making progress on my build.  I'm prototyping with a placeholder LCD panel until i can get a higher resolution BOE Hydis 1600x1200 solution.  This LCD panel comes from a Gateway 1520 15".  Panel model Chunghwa #CTAA150xA03.

http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2009-8/1344254/IMG_0769.JPG


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: bernard on October 13, 2010, 12:36:12 AM
neat! 


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: ^_^ on November 04, 2010, 05:20:05 PM
So I notice laptop lcd screens bought as a single component are £100 new give or take. Do you reckon it would be feasible to fit a power and data and slap it ontop of a wacom?

Also what interferes with the tablet when placing it behind a screen, tablet range being fine.



Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: bernard on November 04, 2010, 07:56:30 PM
Welcome ^_^

Buying the LCD Panel alone is a good approach and lots of people are doing exactly that. 

Interference (jitter) is unpredictable unless you pick the exact same components as others have used without jitter. Many techniques exists to reduce or avoid jitter. The only way to know is to try it out.  LCD Panels often requires partial dismantling -- you have to move or remove any metal or circuit boards that is "in the way". This is a delicate operation that could break your LCD (many have broken it), so I wouldn't pay top dollar for the LCD. You are the judge.

To turn your LCD Panel into a monitor -- you have to get a matching LVDS board (or monitor kit) --  read more about this on here: http://wiki.bongofish.co.uk/doku.php?id=bongofish:lvdsvendors

You can also look at tabletmod.com stuff  (spin off from one of our member).


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: StickyNavels on August 12, 2011, 08:21:14 PM
I assume it's okay to post just the panels?

Apologies in advance if any of these are repeats.



15" (good fit for a Intuos3 A4):

Some of the oldThinkpad series used a selection of AFFS and IPS panels.

Gamut's the usual for laptop displays (~45% or less), but the viewing angles and uniformity for these very special screens should be excellent. Response time is generally crap, however, ranging from 30 to 60ms.

IDTech IASX12S (1400x1050 - SXGA+)
IDTech N150P3-L01 (1400x1050 - SXGA+)
IDTech IAUX14S (1600x1200 - UXGA)
BOE-Hydis HV150UX1-102 (1600x1200 - UXGA) - had a scaled-down sRGB mode, where the colour space was defined within the sRGB triangle. Gamut was still at about 45%.

The following panels I weren't able to recover datasheets for, but they're listed with the rest at http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/TFT_display:

HV150P01-100
LP150E05-A2K1
N150U3-L01
HV150UX1-100
IAQX10N & IAQX10N - these two had a whopping 2048x1536 resolution! Not easy on the eyes.

12.1" (good fit for I have no bloody idea):

BOE-Hydis HT12X21-100 (1024x768 - XGA)
BOE-Hydis HV121X03-100 (1024x768 - XGA) - this one uses AFFS technology.
BOE-Hydis HV121P01-100 (1400x1050 -SXGA) - the other AFFS panel.



Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: StickyNavels on August 17, 2011, 09:07:10 AM
This website  (http://lcdtech.no-ip.info/en/data/laptop.lcd.panels.htm?sz=&man=&pan=&typ=&res=&col=&gam=&br=&cr=&va=&rt=&int=&skt=&dim=&pwr=&blt=&wei=&coa=&showobsolete=on&showunofficial=on)(again, apologies if it's a repeat) lists various LCD laptop and desktop panels. It's fairly extensive. The link shows laptop screens and should be set to show obsolete and unconfirmed models.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: kelpi on January 02, 2012, 01:53:39 AM
would like to add, LTD104KA1S 10.4 inch 1024x768 lcd panel to the list of working panels for A5 tablets :)

Got one after months of checking ebay for £18.99, Bargin!!! These panels are designed for compac's with a wacom digitiser.  digitiser slips right off and Christina at njytouch was brilliant at matching a controller kit.

viewing angle isnt great but theres absolutely no jitter from it and it comes with its own protective plastic layer for drawing on.

Data sheet was a pain to find, ended up sending the datasheet for LTM10C321K which is listed inside as being mechanically compatible.  Will put up a build log when i get some pics taken :)


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: GwenLP on January 02, 2012, 09:34:34 AM
@kelpi: isn't that the right datasheet ?

http://www.used-lcd.net/toshiba/datasheet/LTD104KA1S.pdf


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: kelpi on January 02, 2012, 08:50:25 PM
oops, my panel is LTM10C321K, got them mixed up when looking up the numbers but yeah that is the right datasheet it covers the LTM10C321K series as well as the LTD104KA1S.


Title: Re: Good Monitors
Post by: freolm on April 14, 2015, 01:25:45 PM
For me the best monitor firm is Philips.