Possible to use a Gamecube 5" TFT?

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    I'm looking for a small LCD or something that I could use when I want to just do music or check weather or something that really doesn't require firing up the TV.

    Does anyone know if the Zenith TFT LCD Display @ $89 would work on a standard HTPC? At 5", would it even be worth it? I know the x15e has a 7" screen and people are gah-gah over it, so it would seem to be a reasonable enough size, right?



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    As long as your main monitor resolution is low (480i, 576i) you shouldnt have too much problem. You have to be able to clone it on the the little screen. Text maybe a little hard to read though.

    If you get it from a fairly large store they usually give you up to 2 weeks to return it if your not happy with it ;)
     

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