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1  General Category / General Chat / Re: Price research for new product on: March 23, 2016, 09:09:53 AM
I am gonna love selling this. I think that I am gonna buy some and put a team out selling them on the street.

Has anyone tried it ?

Hi Merxnege,

Thank you for your comment. If you have any questions regarding the product please let me know. by completing the contact form at the bottom of the website.
www.thecedarbycally.co.uk

Thanks

Jake
2  General Category / General Chat / Re: Connector help, on: February 11, 2016, 10:31:28 PM
Hi,

The datasheet for the screen is here.  http://www.laptopremont.com/manuals/LTN173KT02.pdf

I need to do everything through one connector as i dont want any wires hanging around.

The Mini ITX has an lvds connection built into the board so will be using that. I could use hdmi but then i would need a controller board and then would have to power it.

I have a little bit of space but not much.

Thanks
3  General Category / General Chat / Connector help, on: February 11, 2016, 04:34:12 PM
Hi all,

Im working on a new project and i need some help with a connector.

I am connecting a mini itx motherboard to a laptop screen but i want to be able to removed the screen from the mini itx case so i can put it away therefore i need a connector somewhere in the middle of the cable connecting the screen to the board. The connector needs to simply touch or fit together. It cant click together or be fixed in any way. I thought about using an edgecard connector but im struggling to find a male edge card connector. I have found one thats cheap but the postage is not! its like 3 times the price of the connector.

Is this the only way to do this or is there any other connectors out there that i havnt thought of?

Thanks for any help or advise.

4  General Category / General Chat / Re: Price research for new product. on: January 21, 2016, 09:56:32 AM
Good morning Aerendraca,

Thank you for your feedback on The Cedar. With regards to the design and your idea of having the product as a stand alone desk. This was definitely an option we have looked into however with the extra cost of making the product into the desk, for example the extra structure needed to make it secure, the packaging and production cost would mean we would need to raise the price of the item. Plus we didnt want to risk customers breaking or dropping the main computer when putting the desk together. Therefore the plan is to have The Cedar as thin as possible which is 40mm. This was The Cedar will sit on any desktop and not be as obvious as a normal PC and not sit too high as to make it uncomfortable to the user to use a desk.

We value all feedback on The Cedar and want to thank you again for taking time to give your feedback.

5  General Category / General Chat / Price research for new product. on: January 20, 2016, 10:13:53 AM
Hi all,

We are working a new product that i will explain below and we would love to hear your feedback on the price you would pay in a general retail store such as John Lewis or online via the website. Any ideas on the price you would pay for this and or comments you have for us.

So the company is called Cally A and the product is called the Cedar. The product is a complete PC built into a solid wooden case that is made of Oak, Walnut or Ash. The computer will be measured at Width: 470mm x Height: 40mm x Length: 750mm. The case will house a 17.3" LCD screen that clips into place is held by two powerful magnets hidden in the case so there are no ugly clips on show when the screen is removed. The screen can then be removed and placed a drawer on the right hand side of the case where it can be put away along with the wireless keyboard and mouse.

The specification is as follows with images attached:

Intel i7 quad core processor
8gb DDR3 Memory
17.3" removable LCD screen
1 TB SSD Hard drive
Internal Battery
Webcam
Optical DVD drive
One USB 3.0 port
Two USB 2.0 ports
Audio/Video
One HDMI port
Bluetooth compatible
Intel HD Graphics with nVidia GeForce 840M (2gb Memory)
Wireless Logitech Keyboard and Mouse

6  Screen Tablet malarky / Heyaaaalpppp / question on how to control an LTN121W4-L01 Touch screen panel on: November 29, 2015, 11:18:48 PM
Hi all,

I have a LTN121W4-L01 Touch screen panel lcd from an old laptop and i have ordered the lcd controller board but i simply do not know how to make the touchscreen panel attached to the lcd work? I have had a look but cannot find anything. I need to connect it to a Raspberry Pi.

The digitizer is a SU-12W18A-01X

Any help would be very much appreciated.

Thanks
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