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I bought this 8 years ago and just found it in storage.. Another piece of gear from an unfinished CarPC project.

Product Brand & Model:
XENARC 700IDT Single DIN retractable monitor

if you want to look it up, this is the 2008 B version with 500NIT display

Condition of all items:
New In Box w/ all original accessories/cables This was a $450 unit

Total Price: :
$250 shipped

Shipping Terms: :

on me in CONUS

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Additional info:

This popular product incorporates the innovation of all of Xenarc's VGA 7" models along with a 5-wire resistive Touch-Screen panel. Use the convenient touch-screen as your input device, control your mouse cursor or the mini on screen keyboard that comes with your operating system. The touch screen utilizes the USB port as the interface. You can connect several 700IDT monitors to your computer and the touchscreens would work simultaneously through the multi-monitor support.

The B version has a 500 nit panel and new features such as mirror image flip and vertical image flip

In-Car Computing, PC, Server, GPS, and various
1-DIN In-Dash, heavy duty construction
Spring loaded, automated mechanical flip-out design
Left and Right swivel
Resistive Touch Screen (USB)
Multi-Monitor Touchscreen Support
VGA Input x 1 & Video Input x 2
Audio Input / Built-in Speaker
NTSC / PAL Multi-System
16x9 Aspect Ratio
High Resolution Display - up to 1600 x 1200
Auto detects 800x480 resolution
Upgraded High-Brightness CCFL
Adjustable backlight level for night-time use
Pixelworks High Performance Video and VGA
High Quality Scaling & Anti-Aliasing
Auto power-on upon signal detection
Automatic display adjustment
On Screen Display Control
20-Pin heavy-duty connector
Anti Glare Coating
Supports 11V DC ~ 24V DC
"E" Mark Certified for Automotive use


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