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ASUS 17 Inch Touch Screen
If anyone is interested in a larger screen, this just became available on Indigogo.
Looks good at first sight.

I'm afraid the brightness isn't enough for outdoor.

The brightness should be somewhere around 1000 cd.

Your linked part has 260.

This means that you can hardly see anything in daylight without a lot of sun.

Greetings Jürgen
Angel  Entschuldigung für mein Englisch. Es ist " english"
PN bitte auf german.  Big Grin
(2018-04-10, 08:29 PM)手推车 Wrote: Does anyone have any experience with this unit? It seems like a good deal. I wouldn't use it in the cockpit, but it looks good for the nav station.

Oops, changed my mind! This popped up in some searches. It looks like the small, 12V powered RPI screen that I've been looking for a long time.

[color=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.87)]I bought kiperline 15.6-inch screen, high-definition blue light eye protection, I think it is very good.

(2021-01-20, 04:48 AM)yufeifei Wrote: I bought kiperline 15.6-inch screen, high-definition blue light eye protection, I think it is very good.
Is this screen sunlight readable? It doesn't say anything on that website regarding brightness
(2018-10-17, 02:21 PM)手推车 Wrote: 如果有人对更大的屏幕感兴趣,那么您可以在Indigogo上使用它。

(2018-09-23, 10:43 AM)Sailabout Wrote: Another type of display which might interest some of you: e-inkt, sun readable but no color (or only 3 colors on some sizes) and not a touch screen sensors) at following site

e.g. 9.7"

Refresh times are becoming pretty good in e-ink, I have thought about making mast display(s) from these. But the price is still pretty far from using a couple of year old Kindles for the same purpose. Then again, with a 3d printed case designed for that purpose...

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