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Do it yourself Touchscreen Netbook kit
Install a Touchscreen in Your Netbook
May be you are tired of using you old same old same old netbook. Well here are some instruction that you can follow and create a touch screen Netbook for yourself aka (Do it yourself Touchscreen Kit for netbook). A recent research was done via Pcworld whcih conclude in several instruction in creating a touch screen netbook. Even though the instruction are clear “We are not responsible for anything that goes wrong with your PC as a result of your following our instructions.”
For starters this is what you do first. Official News
If you know your way around a soldering iron and are willing to strip your netbook down to its last screws, however, you’ll likely succeed at this project. It’s a straightforward process, even though it’s too daunting for beginners.
Dell Mini 10 netbookI installed a touchscreen into a Dell Mini 10. Follow my steps if you have that exact netbook, or read through to get a sense for how to approach your own model. The general process will be the same, and I include many tips that I picked up along the way. Read through to the end before getting started.
First, line up all the parts and tools you’ll need to install a touchscreen.
Of course, the touchscreen panel itself is the centerpiece. This clear overlay sits on top of your current LCD. Usually it’s sold in a kit with a USB controller board. I couldn’t locate any shops that keep these in stock, so I turned to eBay and a Hong Kong importer.
Pick a touchscreen panel that matches the size and aspect ratio of your screen. I bought a 10.1-inch model that fits the Mini but was designed for an Acer Aspire One, for $90. These panels are usually resistive–that is, responding to pressure–not the capacitive type, which recognizes your skin. Single-touch panels are also more common; get a capacitive, multitouch panel if you can find one, but prepare to pay more.
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