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Topic # 8266 16-Jun-2006 03:30
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I have an iPAQ hx2410 running windows mobile 5.  I want to transfer a vga signal to a dumb monitor.  I tried the MARGI card that was designed for the 2003 operating system and it did not work with mobile 5.  I also read a review of an HP SDIO card that indicated it only worked full screen with PowerPoint, otherwise it just put a tiny 640 x 480 image in the upper half of larger screens.  That is not what I want.  Does anyone know of any SDIO or CFIO card that might accomplish my goal of filling a 9 inch screen at something like 1024 x 768 or at least 800 x 600?
If there is no adapter for the hx2410 is their any other windows mobile pocket pc that might be capable of supporting this application?

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  Reply # 38737 16-Jun-2006 08:16
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The Toshiba E800/805 (and possibly e830) had a VGA out attachment as an option. It's an older WM2003se model that isn't sold anymore, but probably very easy to find second hand.
I would imagine that it only output 640x480 though, which is the screen res of that pocketpc.

EDIT: looks like it can do 800x600: http://cdgenp01.csd.toshiba.com/content/product/pdf_files/detailed_specs/pocketpc_e800.pdf

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  Reply # 38828 17-Jun-2006 09:14
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Thanks folks.  I am looking into both of these as possible solutions.  I'll post when I find something out.

Regards

Mike

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