raspberry pi 4 windows 10 review with touch screen

Gearbest offers an interesting reduction on a case for Raspberry Pi , a case which has the particularity of having a touch screen on board. The accessory is available for only € 13.39 with the discount code L59A589536D53001 .

The product is of course sold new and it comes with all its accessories. However, shipments will be made from China. Delivery times will vary depending on the shipping formula chosen.

Offer A Touch Screen To Your Raspberry Pi With This Accessory For Only 13 E
This accessory will allow you to hang a touch screen on your Raspberry Pi

Be careful, the code will work a limited number of times. If it no longer works on your end, the promo has been suspended.

The touch screen for Raspberry Pi at a low price

First good news, the accessory offered here is compatible with a lot of different versions of the Raspberry Pi. It thus supports the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B, the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B, Raspberry Pi A, Raspberry Pi 1+ and Raspberry Pi B +. It will therefore not necessarily be necessary to have the very latest version of the mini computer to enjoy it.

Then, well the product is ultimately very complete.

It is thus presented in the form of a box in which you can slip your Raspberry Pi. Once this is done, all you have to do is take care that all the cables are properly connected.

Then all you have to do is install your favorite distribution to be able to control the mini computer with your fingertips. According to the product sheet, the screen is supported by Raspbian, Ubuntu or Kali and you will therefore be spoiled for choice. Better yet, if you are using Raspbian or Ubuntu then you won't even need to install any additional drivers.

But the case does not stop there. It also integrates openings for all the connectors of the Raspberry Pi. As for the screen, it is a 3.5-inch TFT panel capable of displaying a resolution of 320 x 480.

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