Displays for the Raspberry Pi is Zero

Raspberry Pi is a minicomputer that is popular and appreciated by programmers, both experienced and those who are still learning. It is a small board, but it has huge power and enormous potential. In addition to this, we offer a wide range of peripheral devices that make it possible to work on the device, as well as to perform small and large projects. Among them are Raspberry Pi displays, which are available in our shop in many variants. We offer a wide range of Raspberry Pi displays, including capacitive and resistive touchscreens as well as LCD, LED and OLED. We also have TFT, e-paper and segment displays. You can decide on a lower or higher resolution depending on your individual needs and the purpose of the Raspberry displays. By choosing the right display, your Raspberry has a good chance to meet your challenges. The displays come from various manufacturers, including Adafruit, DFRobot, OEM and OnePlatform.


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Raspberry Pi displays for various purposes

Raspberry Pi minicomputers have found their application in many areas of our lives. Some people use them on a daily basis, treating them as a device, allowing them to browse the Internet or archive their photo files. Raspberry Pi can be used to create your own entertainment centre where you can store and play movies and series. In addition, it is excellent programming equipment at every stage of development. It is used by students who improve their skills and broaden their programming knowledge. Raspberry Pi should be equipped with a matching display in order to perform its function. If you want it to be everyday equipment, choose a modular laptop using Raspberry Pi. Do you often use a minicomputer and want to take care of your eyesight? In this case, an e-paper display is a good choice. It is also extremely energy efficient. It consumes energy only during a transition, while a static image does not consume electricity, except when you additionally highlight it.

Resistive displays have a touch-sensitive surface made of two plastic sheets. It provides good visibility, which can drop slightly in strong sunlight. The capacitive display, in turn, most often consists of a glass panel, which is additionally covered with an insulator. It can be used even in bright sunlight without losing a good visibility.

Our range of Raspberry Pi displays

Our shop offers various types of Raspberry Pi displays, which are used for all applications that this minicomputer provides. You can opt for an alphanumeric or e-paper display, and a good choice will be monochrome, LCD IPS, LCD TFT displays. We also recommend LED, OLED and segment displays, which are made of energy-saving LEDs. The displays available in the shop have the following diagonals: 0.9”, 1.3”, 1.44”, 1.54”, 2”, 2.13”, 2.2”, 2.4”, 2.6”, 2.7”, 2.8”, 3.2”, 3.5”, 4”, 4.,2”, 4.3”, 5”, 5.83”, 7”, 7.50”, 10”, 10.1”, 11.1” i 14”. The interface that is responsible for connecting the screen to the Raspberry Pi module is also important. High efficiency and no interference with other peripheral devices is important. We recommend displays that work with boards using DSI, GPIO, GPIO+DPI, HDMI, HDMI+GPIO, HDMI+USB, I2C, SPI, SPI + I2C and USB interfaces.

Choose a display of any diagonal, the type that best suits your needs and the purpose of your equipment. Enjoy the products of such manufacturers as Farnell, Iduino, OdSeven, Adafruit, ArduCam, DFRobot or Seeedstudio and Waveshare. Use the display to build your own e-book reader as a game controller, drawing device or to display current data. Most of our displays are touchscreen.