Pi 7″ Touch Screen

(Edward Yeboah) #1

I have a few 800*480p official Raspberry Pi capacitive sensing touch displays. I haven’t done anything with them since I’ve decided they’re too big for what I needed them for. I’m willing to sell them for £50 each.

(Tris Oaten) #2

Edd, I’ll take one off your hands! I got a third party one that doesn’t have touch, need the whole package.

When are you next at the space? I could pop round most days and evenings.

Many thanks!

(Edward Yeboah) #3

No problem. I’ll be there in the next hour, I’ll bring it along.

(Tris Oaten) #4

Sorry! I should have said “with a bit of notice I can be there”!
so sorry. I can do tomorrow evening?

(Edward Yeboah) #5

Tomorrow evening is fine Tris, I haven’t left yet so I’ll bring it tomorrow instead.

(Tris Oaten) #6

Phew! Thank you Edd. Anytime to suit you after 5pm works for me.

(Tris Oaten) #7

I’m at the space now :smiley:

(Edward Yeboah) #8

Cool, I’m in Gypsy Hill at the moment. Leaving in 20 mins!

(Tris Oaten) #9

Thanks so much Edd, the touchscreen works PERFECTLY! Even in the bootloader!

Great to meet you too, let’s hack something together soon.

(Edward Yeboah) #10

Brilliant, I’m glad it’s found a caring home! I’ve had to keep the last 2, they’re too good to let go and will probably cost more after Brexit :slight_smile:

(Tris Oaten) #11

I like the idea of the bike computer, have you thought of an e-ink or monochrome display, for viewing in sunlight?

(Edward Yeboah) #12

Not bad! That’s the first I’ve seen with a decent refresh rate. The only thing is that it’s a little on the small side. I’ll be on the look out for variants of that one.

(Tom Newsom) #13

The actual tech goes up to 3.17" diagonal 320x240


(Edward Yeboah) #14

Hmmm, that looks great! (I thought I had already replied for some reason).