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4D Systems Raspberry Pi Displays Unveiled via Geeky Gadgets

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts searching for LCD displays for the next Pi project may be interested to know thatama has announced the immediate availability of its gen4-4DPI series of LCD display modules specifically designed to support the Raspberry Pi family of single board computersAnd will start shipping in early July 2018

The Raspberry Pi display modules are available for the Raspberry Pi A+, B+, 3, Zero and Zero W with resistive or capacitive touch control options depending on your application and requirements. The displays of also been designed to be powered directly from the rise reply eliminating the need for any extra external power supplies.

The gen4-4Dpi display modules are available in three screen sizes – 4.3, 5.0 and 7.0 inch and connect to the Raspberry Pi through a 30 pin FPC cable and an adapter board that conforms to the Raspberry Pi expansion header pin-out and Pi’s HAT device identification standard.

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