Where can I get an inexpensive 7 inch VGA monitor?

by on March 18, 2011

Q: I would like to have an inexpensive flat screen 7″ monitor with 15 pin VGA ‘in’ connection, AC adapter, non-touch (preferred) … if such a monitor exists, can you direct me to a U.S. source? Thank you.
Jerry
P.S. Inexpensive = $0 to $125.00+/-


8 Responses to “Where can I get an inexpensive 7 inch VGA monitor?”
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    Here are a few items that you might find of interest:

    http://amzn.to/dRuu7j
    http://amzn.to/gBefcg
    http://amzn.to/hl1dhU

     
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    Thanks for the reply Mark. The monitors that you referenced are USB powered. I was looking for a unit with an AC adapter and a 15 pin VGA in connection.
    Ciao,
    Jerry

     
  3.  

    Here is one for $127: http://bit.ly/epgOg8

    Also, here are a few other models, but they run in the $300-$400 price range:

    Just paste these each into google for details.

    Ikan VG7 7 Inch SD VGA LCD Monitor
    Delvcam HDMI/VGA LCD Monitor (7″)
    Marshall M-LCD7-HDMI-B-CE6 7″ LCD Monitor

     
  4.  

    Any thoughts about using a 7″ Google Android Tablet PC Computer Netbook as a monitor using a 15 pin to USB adapter? There seems to be a plethora of the 7ā€ Android tablets being offered for under $100 on the net. Could it be a s simple as hooking up with a 15 pin to USB adapter or are there other complicating factors to consider?
    Ciao

     
  5.  

    That won’t work for you, tablets normally aren’t designed to act as a dumb monitor.

    What is it you’re trying to do exactly?

     
  6.  

    Iā€™m a musician, and I use a Ketron Midjay arranger module that displays lyrics to a monitor via VGA connection. I currently use an 8ā€ monitor that is a little thicker than I would like. I thought that a 7ā€ flat screen would have a smaller footprint, be mountable onto a mic stand and have the ability to display in portrait mode (unable to do that with current monitor). It would also have to be AC powered. Thanks.

     
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    The ability to go into Portrait mode would need to be at least partially a function of your Ketron Midjay. Monitors can’t convert an image to portrait themselves.

    Sorry, but I don’t have any other suggestions other than the items I’ve already posted.

     
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    Thanks for your time and consideration.
    Ciao,
    Jerry