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LESOWN P70C mini Wide Screen 7 inch IPS 1024x600 with Speakers Portable PC Monitor Extender

LESOWN P70C mini Wide Screen 7 inch IPS 1024x600 with Speakers Portable PC Monitor Extender

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Regular price $69.29 USD
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Product Type: 7inch Portable Monitor

Screen Size: 7inch

Resolution: 1024x600

Panel Type: IPS

Visual Angle: 178° Full View Angle

Level index: 16.7M(8-bit)

Color Gamut: 50% NTSC

Refresh Rate: 60Hz

Touch Function: No

Touchscreen Type: Capacitive

Size Ratio: 16:9

Contrast Ratio: 800:1

Brightness: 400cd/m²

Speakers: Yes

Audio Jack: Yes

Weight: 187g

Connect to PC

The display supports Windows 7/8/10/11 when working with Windows PC, supports 5-points and it is driver free.

  1. Connecting the USB-5V interface of display to USB port of PC by micro USB cable.
  2. Connecting the interface of display to HDMI port of PC by standard HDMI cable.
  3. Wait for displaying.

Connect to Raspberry Pi

  1. Insert the TF card to Raspberry Pi.
  2. Connecting USB-5V interface of the monitor to a USB port of Raspberry Pi.
  3. Connecting HDMI interface of the monitor to HDMI port of Raspberry Pi.
  4. Power on Raspberry Pi and the LCD will display.

Raspberry Pi doesn't support hot-plug and auto-recognized the resolution, you need to configure the resolution manually, otherwise, the display cannot work normally.

How to configure Raspberry Pi Resolution?

<Step 1>. Install the official Raspbian image

1) Download the latest image from the Raspberry Pi official.

2) Follow the steps of the official tutorial to install the system.

<Step 2>, modify "config.txt"

After completing the programming of step 1, open the config.txt file in the root directory of the Micro SD card and add the following code at the end of the file:

max_usb_current = 1

hdmi_force_hotplug = 1

config_hdmi_boost = 7

hdmi_group = 2

hdmi_mode = 87

hdmi_drive = 2

hdmi_cvt 1024 600 60 6 0 0 0

<Step 3>. Insert the micro SD card into the Raspberry Pi, connect the Raspberry Pi and monitor through the HDMI cable and USB cable; then supply power to the Raspberry Pi; if the display is normal, the driver has been successfully installed (please use a full 2A power supply).


What's in the box?

1x Portable Monitor

1x USB Cable

1x HDMI Cable