Usacomp2k3 wrote:1024x768 15" LCD looks like the smallest you can buy new. Anything smaller than that and you are probably going to have to mod a laptop screen.
(Ex: http://cgi.ebay.com/NEC-800x600-TFT-Col ... dZViewItem)
JustAnEngineer wrote:I might be able to hook you up with a genuine Sony Trinitron CPD-1304HG. That's 13" of high-quality CRT, and it was still working when it went back into my parents' attic a year ago.
This doesn't look retro at all, but it retracts into a 5¼ drive bay:
http://www.thermaltake.com/product/Acce ... 413-03.asp
I saw that and thought of this thread. Thoughts? On my part, I think they should have made a 5.25" one, it would be a useful (fun?) Vista SideShow screen. That is assuming SideShow is actually useful, I've only read about it in passing.JustAnEngineer wrote:Hey, look what just popped up on the front page:
JustAnEngineer wrote:Hey, look what just popped up on the front page:
SecretMaster wrote:On a more serious note. Did LCD's ever have a native resolution of 800x600 or was the smallest always 1024x768?
Bigbloke wrote:SecretMaster wrote:On a more serious note. Did LCD's ever have a native resolution of 800x600 or was the smallest always 1024x768?
I guess you're asking as desktop displays? Because there have been many old laptops with 800x600 and some of the photo-frames out now use 800x600 panels.
SecretMaster wrote:Yeah desktop displays. I could have sworn old Dell monitors had 800x600, but maybe I'm wrong.
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