I'm using the official Raspberry Pi 7" touchscreen, but since it's rather expensive, I'm wondering what to look for (and look out for) in a touchscreen for the Pi 3 (or Raspberry Pis in general).

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    Welcome! Purchasing recommendations themselves are off-topic here, but there are a few past questions which might be helpful, such as What qualities should I look for in a small, 7“ or 10” monitor? and How can I determine if a given touchscreen is compatible?. These might be a little outdated, but you can also find other comparisons online such as this one which may be better suited to helping you in your search.
    – Aurora0001
    Jan 19, 2018 at 20:47
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    Rather than close your question, I've modified it along the lines Aurora0001 mentions. The ban on shopping requests is partially to avoid becoming a free advertising site, and partially to avoid "I was too lazy to search online myself..."; hopefully that criteria seems straightforward and reasonable.
    – goldilocks
    Jan 19, 2018 at 21:07

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Simply search for keyword ' 7" LCD Rapberry Pi ' in ebay, you will get a list of them. Contact sellers before purchase, make sure they have instruction to make it work on the latest RPi firmware, or else you may end up with a product that supports earlier version only.


Yes, the raspberry pi will work with any screen or display unit as long as it has an HDMI port. suppose if you computer pc display has DVI-D display, You can buy a converter of HDMI to DVI-D.

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