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« Reply #75 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).
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« Reply #76 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.

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« Reply #77 on: August 17, 2011, 09:07:10 AM »

This website (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.
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« Reply #78 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 Smiley

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 Smiley
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« Reply #79 on: January 02, 2012, 09:34:34 AM »

@kelpi: isn't that the right datasheet ?

http://www.used-lcd.net/toshiba/datasheet/LTD104KA1S.pdf
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« Reply #80 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.
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« Reply #81 on: April 14, 2015, 01:25:45 PM »

For me the best monitor firm is Philips.
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