Inkpool wrote: ↑Thu Jul 19, 2018 6:37 amI know there have been many posts regarding Pi 3B+ cases, but I have yet to find anyone asking about the 3.5 or 2.8 screens and their matching cases. If the description says it is compatible with Pi 3, is this encompassing each Pi 3 generation? I have read many product descriptions saying that these screens and their cases are compatible with Pi 3 or NOT compatible with Pi 3B+, but those that say they work with Pi 3 are not confirming that they are compatible with the 3B+.
Just a bit of newbie frustration... Trying to learn the lingo while reading product descriptions lacking in concise info. Any help?
Inkpool wrote: ↑Thu Jul 19, 2018 7:47 amHey All,
Thanks for getting back to me. I am actually not just looking at a case for the motherboard. I am specifically looking at TFT/Pi/Case combos similar to something like this:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B075J ... HQ71&psc=1
Pi TFT and Case.jpg
Does this change any provided information or understanding of how to judge if a a Pi 3B+ would fit into this?
Thanks again. I appreciate the help.
Thank you! I really appreciated you sharing this experience:)LTolledo wrote: ↑Thu Jul 19, 2018 9:33 amHave one of those, fits the RPi3B+ just fine (just reconfirmed a while ago)
If RPi is not turned on, the set looks like an un-powered digital picture frame.
Tried it for a little while, then I changed my mind as I wanted to have better cooling for the SoC.
I use another case which expose the GPIO pins, used header extensions for the used only pins of the GPIO and mounted the 3.5" screen, and used a smallest length HDMI cable.
but most of the time I just use the 3.5" screen as a spare HDMI monitor (not enabling the touch function).
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