How to choose best LCD for your Linux computer? This is why we made LCD-OLinuXino selection guide


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LCD-OLinuXino selection guide will help you to select best solution for your OLinuXino Linux SBC.

Inside we explain the different LCD connectors available in OLinuXino.

What LCD variants are available: 4.3″, 5″, 7″, 10.1″, 15.6″.

What signals are there when the interface is RGB or LVDS on the 40 pin connector.

How we implement plug and play capability with our latest Linux images and LCD driver boards, so you do not have to configure the LCDs, but they are recognized at boot time and all drivers configured.

What are the pro and cons and differences between resistive and capacitive touch screen technologies.

How to enable digital touch interface on A20 boards.

How to configure the software and drivers for the older LCD driver boards.

 

 

8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. SK
    Jul 10, 2019 @ 23:02:01

    Nice PDF, maybe you should keep it as a Markdown file or similar for easier editing.
    Two remakrs:
    – Seems the resolution for LCD-OLinuXino-15.6FHD (both older and newer revisions) is quoted wrongly as 1280×1080 instead of the proper 1920×1080 (as in your product pages in the store)
    – I welcome the new, decreased prices of LIME2 – it now starts at 40EUR (-5 the original price) and has 16GB eMMC version for 53 EUR (original had 4GB NAND for 55EUR!) 🙂

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  2. SK
    Jul 10, 2019 @ 23:07:43

    Oh, and the product page for LCD7-METAL-FRAME suggests all 7 inch screens in the “Related Products” section, even the incompatible ones (the 7RTS and 7CTS). No info on this in the description of the 2 products either (neither in the metal frame pade, nor in the respective LCD screen ones).

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  3. openelearning
    Jul 11, 2019 @ 00:43:05

    Hello,
    Thanks for this guide.
    Have you got some information about these screens about the eyes comfort / damage ? Before I was using old screen and there wasn’t problems with eyes. I have bought a new laptop one year ago, and for the eyes, it’s very uncomfortable (eyes crying, dry eyes). Best regards

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