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Seeed LCD Displays for Raspberry Pi

Seeed LCD Displays for Raspberry Pi

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Does anyone know if this has a VESA compatible mounting pattern? I looked at the specifications, diagrams, and links but am not certain. There are mounting holes, but those are likely for the rpi and not much info on the stand mount.
Can somebody explain the point of this and why this is like a special thing? There aren't displays you can buy of this size?..
Does this mean I can make my retro Pi semi portable?
How do you use the stands? They just flop around
Adding to the chorus - this is a very weird price group. The 7 inch touch screen with NO stand costs $5 MORE than a 10 inch touchscreen that comes WITH a stand/holder?
The 10 inch TFT non-touch screen  that is 1378 x768 is only $2 less than the 10 inch touch version that is IPS and 1280 x 800?
This is just bananas.
Very confused. The banner image looks like the official 7inch raspberry display. the others look like the common must use a custom OS image display. What is the deal? The Official display is $10 less anywhere else. With the official display, this case https://www.adafruit.com/product/3187 is wonderful.
Here's the 10.1" touchscreen model.
http://www.waveshare.com/product/10.1inch-hdmi-lcd-b-with-case.htm

Part Number: 10.1inch HDMI LCD (B)
Resolution: 1280x800
LCD Interface: HDMI
Touch Panel Interface: USB
For Use With: Not only Pi
Dimensions (mm): 274 × 187
Touch Panel Type: Capacitive
How You Feel: ★★★★★
Features: IPS screen, Supports various systems
Cost: $106.99
There's a 'D' too much...
I'm currently building a PC for my PCMR ascension project, do you think I can shove this in my case and use as a monitor for GPU and CPU temps?? Would probably get a 5 in if that's the case
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Azraelian
I just use a basic LCD display that connects via an internal USB header. It kicks major butt.
Mounts right in where CD drives would go, as if anyone uses those.
cbtlr
You wouldn't happen to have a how to or an imgur album for this by any chance???
Thanks
Anyone have any good project ideas to do with this? I was thinking a at-the-door daily display thing
SurrealSoul
I was thinking building a little vertical bartop for MAME.
This is crazy. literally just clicked request :))
The pricing is confusing. How much is it to get all 5 screens?
DocFawkes
Just add 4 more items and for each one, select a different option. You'll get a total and that's how much.
The Seeed website provides a lot of information about these displays, except for the 10" non-touch which doesn't seem to be there. It appears that the 10" and 7" displays use capacitive touch, the 5" is resistive. On the 10" touchscreen, 3 connections are required - HDMI for video, micro-USB for touch, and a separate micro-USB for power (2.5A). They do not seem to be a "family" of products - each has very different characteristics from the others. Pricing is confusing. Probably worth looking for yourself. :)
Gilliland
Actually, the 10" non-touch display IS on the Seeed website, just in a different section (not under Raspberry Pi).
will the touch component work for windows 10/ uduntu? is it USB powered? Is the touch capacitive or resistive? Are there android drivers?
E.LInk
Also I see a tiny blip on the top of the display. Is that a camera, or a light censor?