Seeed 5" Capacitive Touchscreen for Raspberry Pi
Seeed 5" Capacitive Touchscreen for Raspberry Pi
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Interact with and control your projects and experiments in a whole new way with the Seeed LCD capacitive touchscreen display. Designed as a monitor for your Raspberry Pi, the 5-inch display has an 800-by-480p resolution and can be connected via the HDMI input and powered using a micro-USB cable Read More

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rberger
0
May 20, 2019
Any idea how bright it is? Will the visualizations be visible outdoors in sunlight?
NINJER
168
Dec 21, 2018
Does this work on Windows 10?
Sc0Ttr0Berts0N
22
Feb 21, 2019
It’s a screen. It’s just wants HDMI and power. So..yes?
dabaest
0
Nov 2, 2018
cool
Dunno why I can never find a full HD resolution display in any size for the RPi. Especially if it is a touchscreen. They make 5" 1440 x 2560 resolution 10-point capacitive multitouch displays for phones, so why can't we get something like that for the Raspberry Pi? I'm not even asking for 2K. I'd be happy with 1920x1080 in a 10" panel. I don't need a trillion dpi, just a fairly standard 1080p resolution with multitouch input.
Bluepinapple
6
Mar 17, 2019
You can find full hd, 2k, even 4k screens on aliexpress and the likes. No touchscreen options that ive seen. Uses a "mipi to hdmi" board to convert the hdmi signal to the, essentially a phone display, interface. Works like a charm. I basically have a samsung galaxy 8 level display for my pc haha
Yeah, I have seen MIPI-DSI based displays for use with both HDMI and eDP/Displayport converters. You just have to make sure the converter supports the right number of "lanes" to handle the display's resolution and refresh rate. I guess I'd have to get a separate capacitive touch panel that had exactly the same usable detection area as the display's active display area and make sure that I had them lined up perfectly. It would be an awful lot of trouble when some company somewhere could easily set up machinery to do the job quickly and easily and make loads of profit. I would think putting together a 7 or 10 inch 1080p or 1440p display and a matching 10-point multitouch panel (or, if you don't want to source a tablet touch panel, just go with a 5.6 inch 1440p display and touch panel from one of the ubiquitous flagship Android phablets like the LG V10 or Samsung Note series phones) would make bank. Oh well, I guess I can dream, anyway.
Sandyballs
2
Sep 9, 2018
Make sure to set your rpis display size to 800x480 if you don't want those lines on the side of the screen