mattmiller wrote:Unless you need to do Minecraft (or anything else that write directly the display) then I'd suggest a old laptop and use VNC to control the Pi
Lots of us do nothing else and never use a dedicated screen/kbd/mouse
I hear you. I'm all console so if things are working I never use anything but SSH. But things often go wrong, and that is when physical KVM is needed. And a generic HDMI/VGA solution can also be used on other failing devices. Or just as a second screen on the go.
sdjf wrote:I personally am using an expensive DoubleSight USB monitor, but don't need to carry it around.
You might check out the screens and monitors offered by neosecsolutions for the Pi, not sure if they would meet your specs but they are under $100 with cases, some under $50 although I think those need some sort of case.
Yeah, but those displays are a mere 7", so not really what I'm looking for, especially for that PPI. Sorry.
I really like this option, it's most like Lapdock, and though it's just over-budget I would love to see where this goes. Sadly, It's not going to help me anytime soon and that's if it meets goal, which, having run a crowdfund before, I'm not optimistic seeing as they are only just halfway and had to get an extension.
I will be starting another thread viewtopic.php?f=61&t=139981
as I have realized that the lapdock screen is nothing unusual, so I may be able to find a display controller for it and just get a separate KB.