How To: WATCH MOVIES while Parking – Large Display – No Tools Needed!

If you want to watch movies in a large screen in your car and dont want to modify your car, then this video is for you. I will be adding a 13.3 inch 1080P Monitor with USB C and HDMI ( https://amzn.to/3kakZAG ) onto my car. There are larger sizes displays ini 15 and 16 inches ( https://amzn.to/3lmzKj1 ) however I prefer the 13 is a good compact size can be placed in my laptop bag with my laptop as an external monitor when traveling.

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The Kogoda 13.3 Inch External Monitor (https://amzn.to/3kakZAG ) is an IPS Full HD 1080P external laptop monitor . It has USB C inputs for late model smart phones and laptops to use as an external monitor. It has a mini HDMI input. Connection is fast and easy and starts up in less a few seconds. Simply connect the USB power and one of the signal cables.

Its powered by USB C 5 volt at 1.5 – 2A. It comes with a wall power supply, but many USB chargers can output 2A now and so can my car’s built in USB charge port. Getting a 12v socket charge port is easy I use a Anker car charger ( https://amzn.to/3CaPkVS ).

It comes with a plastic cover and fold out stand. The cover is held by magnets so you may want to be careful when handling magnetic hard drives, credit cards, and other sensitive items.

I normally work in my car with my laptop or smart phone so if you are planning to use a bigger screen this is also helpful. You can ofcourse watch movies with this display. It is bright enough to use when the car is parked in the shade or in the sun.

Overall it has been a great addition to my car entertainment while parked. I just set it on my dash board and play a movie while waiting an hour for my car to charge or when waiting in the car. It doesnt require taking apart the car or voiding any warranties. It also uses very little energy so it doesnt impact my car battery much.

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REVIEW & DIY : Heads Up Display (HUD) – M07 for my Honda

I always wanted a HUD so I dont need to look down at for speed. I recently bought a ACECAR M-12 ( https://amzn.to/3dLFRcS ) and ACECAR M-07 ( https://amzn.to/3d6SuQO ) Heads Up Display units for my Honda. This video reviews the ACECAR M7.

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The main differences between the M7 to the M12 is the size of units, and the amount of data presented. If you want just 2 lines of date and very large font size, the AceCar M7 ( https://amzn.to/3d6SuQO ) HUD has the larger font size to project onto the windshield. However, it only has 2 lines of data you can choose. Its also smaller than the M12 ( https://amzn.to/3dLFRcS ) unit which makes it easier to place on your dash board. The M12 has 3 main data displays, with smaller fonts and different colors display. It may be too difficult to read. The size is slightly larger.

Its large numbers is very visible at day and night time. Installing is very easy with either connection to the cars OBD2 port or it can run with GPS mode in which all it needs is a USB power. The unit is plug and play but needs to be configured for metric and English measurements. Overall it is pretty accurate and is able to read speed, distance, engine temperature, RPM, and other information when connected to the OBD2 port. With the GPS mode you can display direction, speed.

Update on my steering wheel cover and TPMS system. Its been over 2 years with my SHIAWASENA Steering wheel cover $16 ( https://amzn.to/2XsIEP6 ) which had a smooth surface and patterned with red stitching. It still in good condition and has not cracked yet. Tire Pressure Monitor TPMS ( https://amzn.to/2ncBVf6 )still works after 1.5 years . I cost about $30. The sensors need new CR1616 batteries every 6 months but the solar powered main unit works well.

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REVIEW & DIY : Adding a Heads Up Display (HUD) on my Honda!

I recently bought a ACECAR M-12 ( https://amzn.to/3dLFRcS ) Heads Up Display unit for my Honda. I always wanted a HUD so I dont need to look down at for speed.

My Youtube vlogs may also have associated affiliate links to products that may earn from qualifying purchases. For Honda Clarity and Honda accessory ideas, check out my Amazon list. Visit: https://www.amazon.com/shop/sterlingw

Its large numbers is very visible at day and night time. Installing is very easy with either connection to the cars OBD2 port or it can run with GPS mode in which all it needs is a USB power. The unit is plug and play but needs to be configured for metric and English measurements. Overall it is pretty accurate and is able to read speed, distance, engine temperature, RPM, and other information when connected to the OBD2 port. With the GPS mode you can display direction, speed.

Update on my steering wheel cover and TPMS system. Its been over 2 years with my SHIAWASENA Steering wheel cover $16 ( https://amzn.to/2XsIEP6 ) which had a smooth surface and patterned with red stitching. It still in good condition and has not cracked yet. Tire Pressure Monitor TPMS ( https://amzn.to/2ncBVf6 )still works after 1.5 years . I cost about $30. The sensors need new CR1616 batteries every 6 months but the solar powered main unit works well.

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Due to factors beyond the control of Sterlingwong, I cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. This information is for entertainment only. Sterlingwong assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Sterlingwong recommends safe practices when working on personal property , vehicles, and / or with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Sterlingwong, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Sterlingwong. 2