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Best Raspberry Pi screens 2022

So you've already picked up the best Raspberry Pi kit, but you want to be able to actually see things, so you'll need to find the best Raspberry Pi screen. Then, of course, you'll need to find a display to use, regardless of whether you grabbed the Raspberry Pi 4 or even the Raspberry Pi 400. So we've rounded up the best options to give your mini computer a display worth using.

Add a display with the best Raspberry Pi Screens

After you've picked up one of the best Raspberry Pi kits, the next move is to secure a great screen. And the Raspberry Pi is no slouch when it comes to video. With the current model supporting dual 4K monitors, it has the power to drive just about any screen. While you're home, you can use a larger monitor or television, but for something more portable, we like the GeeekPi 7-inch Raspberry Pi Display. If you need a small display for your Raspberry Pi and don't feel like working through set up files or carrying a special high-power charger to run it, you'll love it too.

Those wanting to push the limits of their Raspberry Pi will want to check out the ASUS VP28UQG. This display features up to a 4K/UHD resolution, two HDMI ports, and a single DisplayPort, along with ASUS' Eye Care Technology to keep your eyes from getting too strained when you're staring at the screen for too long. While this doubles as the best Raspberry Monitor, it will also work perfectly if you want to hook it up to your PC thanks to the AMD FreeSync support built-in.

Jerry Hildenbrand
Jerry Hildenbrand

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