Raspberry Pi: Give the popular single-board computer added portability with Waveshare Pi 400 kits
The Raspberry Pi 400 may be the most powerful machine that the Pi Foundation has ever released, but the Foundation does not include a display with which to use it. However, Waveshare is on hand with two kits for the Pi 400 that do exactly that. Currently, the company offers 7-inch and 13.3-inch displays, which both screens support capacitive touch input. However, the 7-inch version only supports up to 5 simultaneous inputs, whereas the 13.3-inch one supports up to 10.
The 13.3-inch display also features a built-in speaker, which the 7-inch version lacks. Both are connected to the Pi 400 via an HDMI input. The 7-inch model operates natively at 1,064 x 600 pixels, while the 13.3-inch panel offers a full 1080p.
Waveshare also includes all the necessary accessories to get the Pi 400 working, including an HDMI cable, a power cable and all the parts that the Pi Foundation bundles with the Pi 400. The Kit with a 7-inch display costs US$179.99, making it a fair bit cheaper than the US$266.99 price of the 13.3-inch version.