The $35 Raspberry Pi is a remarkably capable computer for the money but, unlike many modern devices, doesn't ship with a screen.
Due to the Pi's remarkable success, a broad range of displays are now available for the tiny machine, from pocket to tablet-sized screens.
Even better, many of these are touchscreens, letting the user control the Pi without hooking up a separate keyboard and mouse. And if you just need a simple black and white display that consumes very little power, you can even augment your Pi with an eInk screen.
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