The full color display outputs up to 800 x 480 and features a capacative touch sensing capable of detecting 10 fingers.
Only two connections from the Pi to the display are necessary; power from GPIO (or USB) connection to the DSI port. The adapter board handles power, signal conversion, and touch input conversion.
The display works with all existing Raspberry Pi models, however the mounting holes only line up with the newer board design of the A+, B+, Pi 2, and Pi 3
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