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  1. I was looking for a cheap HDMI display to check the status of my SBCs. There are some car-displays available but they are beyond my €50 limit. It should have mount holes and a screen resolution of 800x600 to support a basic shell. I don't want to waste too much RAM for the GPU. After some search I found the Eleduino 7'' display: Quite well packaged: And with a maker-like stand: Two nice addons for the driver board: One USB socket for power and a second one for the touch display: Adding the parts was easy and the final result is robust: Working out of the box with my ODROID C2: The Eleduino is based on the Waveshare board so you can use these drivers: https://github.com/derekhe/waveshare-7inch-touchscreen-driver If you do not like Phyton based drivers you can build the module on your own: https://github.com/ArhiChief/eleduino_ts