I thought I'd get a couple of responses to this, anyway, found a few more on Amazon, any thoughts:
Mixed reviews on amazon, I have no personal experience. Supplied case is only suitable for A or B not A+ or B+.JonnyAlpha wrote:The Tonec 3.5 Touch Screen:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00LN9MYCO/r ... EZ9C&psc=1
Very expensive for its size. I have no personal experience.JonnyAlpha wrote:And this 2.8 Touch Screen:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00F1G7NNK/r ... RDQN3LD9HN
Reviews of the board clarify the problems with assembly so you should be OK from there. No installation instructions required, plug the HDMI output of the Pi into the HDMI input of the controller board. No power cable supplied.JonnyAlpha wrote:Sainsmart 7 Inch LCD Display - Reviews mention no instructions though?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/SainSmart-Displ ... i+displays
Assembly as above. Having to build the touchscreen drivers from the CD could be a hassle if you are unfamiliar with the process. No power cable supplied.JonnyAlpha wrote:A Sainsmart 7 Inch Touch Screen - Mixed reviews on build quality and again instructions and power supply?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/SainSmart-Scree ... i+displays
No touchscreen, no mention of assembly instructions (but above review for sainsmart displays suggests that the Tontec displays do have instructions on their website). much like the sainsmart displays above except slightly larger. one reviewer mentions that the RPI text falls off the bottom of the screen, this might be fixable in HDMI settings.JonnyAlpha wrote:And this Tontec 9 Inch LCD - No power cable though??
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tontec%C2%AE-Ra ... i+displays
I have one of these, the touch sensor has broken (broken connection from screen to board (within 2 days of purchase, or already broken when I got it, I'm not sure which)) and I find it too small for general use. I expect I'll find a project to use it on one day.JonnyAlpha wrote:And an Adafruit 2.8 PiTFT
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Adafruit-Touchs ... i+displays
The raspberry pi has 0 LVDS lanes.tracerav wrote:Ha, all!
All those displays are good, but are there any, which i can use with Display connector?
I do not want to use GPIO for LCD...
All modern LCDs have 4 lane LVDS interface and raspberry has 2 lanes...
Jessie, thanks for your reply.Jessie wrote:The raspberry pi has 0 LVDS lanes.