Best Black Friday Raspberry Pi display deals
The Raspberry Pi is a magnificent little side-project as you can use it to do pretty much anything that you can set your mind to. From the Raspberry Pi 400, offering an all-in-one computing solution, to creating a retro console by installing RetroPie on the Raspberry Pi, the sky is the limit. But one of the problems with the Raspberry Pi is that you need to have some type of way to actually interact with the interface.
This is where the best Black Friday Raspberry Pi display deals come into play. This is the best time to pick up a display for your Raspberry Pi, with several enticing options on sale right now. Even if you plan on using your Pi as a "headless" system, it's important to ensure everything is set up properly and running before making the move. We've rounded up some of our favorite Raspberry Pi display deals for you to take advantage of on Black Friday!
And if you're looking for more, be sure to take a look at the best Raspberry Pi accessories to fully customize your Pi.
This ElecLab 7-inch screen is fantastic if you're interested in using your Raspberry Pi as a control hub for your smart home. The screen has a 800 x 400 resolution and includes two 3W speakers, and the best part is that it is a touchscreen. There's a slot at the back where you can easily mount the Raspberry Pi, effectively turning it into a tablet.
If you want a big display for your Pi 4, look no further than this SunFounder option. This 10.1-inch panel has an IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1200 x 800, connects over HDMI, and seamlessly integrates the Pi 4 at the back. This particular variant is built for the Pi 4, but if you're using an older Pi, you can find a similar model for your device.
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