If you're looking for a nifty little screen for your Raspberry Pi to build into a project or just watch some HD video, some like-minded British Pi fans have just the job. The HDMIPi is a simple, low-cost screen with a 1,280x800-pixel resolution -- nothing fancy, but it should do the job and its creators are only asking £75 a pop.
The funding target has already been surpassed, so the plan will definitely go ahead. That limits the risk of the scheme failing, but you should remember this isn't exactly the same as buying something from a shop. Delivery is estimated for February next year, but might be pushed back, if things don't go as planned.
It's not your usual TV either -- this is as barebones as the Pi itself. £75, the base price, bags you the screen, the driver board and a plastic case, but an extra £28 will give you a stand, a power supply, and an SD card with software installed so you can plug in your Pi and use the screen straight away.
You can also pay £128 for all of the above, plus a Cyntech case and USB and HDMI cables. Those are very limited offers, although it's possible the project may add more options. None of them include a TV tuner, I should probably note -- this is strictly a monitor and nothing more.
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