I imagein that they used a rounded cable setup that helps the LCD swivel around easyly. My best guest is to rewire the LCD from a flat ribbon like cable to a round cable and rebuild the mounts and add some sort of a swivel. Thing is you won't beable to make it turn 360 or more.
That might actauly work just fine. I only need it to swivle 180 cause I want it to lay back down on the keyboard. That just might do that trick. Now anybody know a good place that will sell you a LCD touch screen? I'm thinking of just buying a broken table pc and useing the screen from that? Dunno how that wil go though.
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