Originally posted by Reese Jacobs The default album setup has been working very well for me on 8400s and TPI/4s and we are getting ready to do a hotel full of 7500s with some PictureFrame images as well.
The one thing that I still find difficult to deal with on occasion is the relativity of our industry. Product value/worth is highly dependant on personal experience.
Originally posted by jeffaco Now, the analogy between the tablet PC and the MVP-8400 falls apart in that the tablet PC (or at least the one I've been looking at) is much larger than the MVP-8400. But I'll betcha you could get a pocket PC with a nice active display in less than that price point. I know that Viewsonic was making Linux-based panels in the "about $1K range" that looked similar in form-factor to the MVP-8400 ...
There's little question in my mind that the MVP-8400 isn't a good value for the money. The reason I have one: There's no alternative today (other than older generation touchpanels). So, as a consumer, I buy because I'm trapped, not because I'm thrilled with the product. While this works in the short term, this is not the way to build a loyal customer base, IMHO.