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Small 7" second screen?

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I have an eyefinity setup, with three 1920x1080 monitors. But I'm looking to buy a small monitor to place on my desk to run monitoring software. Maybe iTunes or a windows explorer windows.

I have no clue where to look, but I would like it to be around 7" so it can be slightly discrete. My iPad is larger than I would like, so I'm trying to stay under 10". I would prefer it to be DVI or HDMI imput.

Can anyone point me in the right direction? Maybe a good website or brand? Or anyone doing something similar that would like to give their two sence?
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While looking into building a Raspberry Pi powered carputer, I ran into this.
Surely you could find a non-touchscreen version for cheaper, but I hope this points you in the right direction.
Edited by VanillaCena - 1/9/14 at 8:51pm
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You could use a modded laptop screen.
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Originally Posted by uuhoever View Post

You could use a modded laptop screen.

This. If you have an old net book you don't want, you could disassemble the panel and find some kind of conversion board to get some kind of more useful input like dvi thumb.gif

Though what works with what when it comes to lcd panels and different conversion boards I don't know, a lot of googling will be needed biggrin.gif
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