HDMI Displays for Raspberry Pi

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HANNspreeHANNspree HT161HNB 15.6" Touch Monitor
Sale price £195 incl. VAT excl. VAT
Waveshare7″ Touch Display Kit For Raspberry Pi Zero
Sale price £49.40 incl. VAT excl. VAT
Waveshare8" IPS HDMI Capacitive Touch Display
Sale price £67.60 incl. VAT excl. VAT
Waveshare7.9" IPS Capacitive Touchscreen (400x1280)
Sale price £85.30 incl. VAT excl. VAT
WaveshareHDMI 4" 800x480 (IPS) Touch Screen (GPIO)
Sale price £41 incl. VAT excl. VAT
HANNspreeHANNspree HC225HFB 21.45" Full HD Monitor
Sale price £92.50 incl. VAT excl. VAT
Waveshare3.5" IPS Capacitive Touch LCD Display (480x800)
Sale price £45.40 incl. VAT excl. VAT
PimoroniHDMI 8" IPS LCD Screen Kit (1024x768)
Sale price £75 incl. VAT excl. VAT
Waveshare7" QLED IPS Capacitive Touch Display (1024x600)
Sale price £75.60 incl. VAT excl. VAT
Waveshare10.1" IPS HDMI Capacitive Touch Display
Sale price £72.40 incl. VAT excl. VAT
Waveshare5" HDMI LCD with Touch (800x480) for Raspberry Pi
Sale price £43.20 incl. VAT excl. VAT
WaveshareHDMI 7" 1024x600 Touch Screen & Case (USB)
Sale price £62.60 incl. VAT excl. VAT
Waveshare10.1" IPS HDMI 1280x800 Touch Screen & Case (USB)
Sale price £129.60 incl. VAT excl. VAT
Waveshare8.8" IPS HDMI Side Monitor (480x1920)
Sale price £104 incl. VAT excl. VAT
Waveshare11.9" IPS Capacitive Touchscreen (320x1480)
Sale price £115.50 incl. VAT excl. VAT
WaveshareHDMI 5" 800x480 Touch Screen & Case (USB)
Sale price £58.30 incl. VAT excl. VAT
WaveshareHDMI 10.1" 1024x600 Touch Screen & Case (USB)
Sale price £133 incl. VAT excl. VAT
WaveshareHDMI 5" 800x480 Touch Screen & Case (GPIO)
Sale price £48.60 incl. VAT excl. VAT
WaveshareHDMI 7" 800x480 Touch Screen & Case (USB)
Sale price £59.40 incl. VAT excl. VAT
AdafruitHDMI 5" Display Backpack - Without Touch
Sale price £59.70 incl. VAT excl. VAT
Waveshare9.3" IPS Capacitive Touch Display (1600 x 600)
Sale price £94.70 incl. VAT excl. VAT
Waveshare7" IPS Capacitive Touchscreen LCD (1024×600)
Sale price £56.10 incl. VAT excl. VAT

There are two ways of connecting a display to a Raspberry Pi - via the HDMI port or the GPIO pins/DSI cable. Depending on your project you may want to go one way or the other, to free up those valuable GPIO pins or have something compact and cable-free.

This section contains all of our HDMI connected Raspberry Pi displays. Almost every display here is connected via an HDMI cable, offering simple convenience and freeing up your GPIO pins for your project and HATs.

As HDMI is the more traditional connection for monitors and displays, you'll generally find larger options here vs our GPIO-connected display section, including full-size 21.5" monitors for Raspberry Pi desktop setups!