RPi alternatives that support DPI

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RPi alternatives that support DPI

Post by Sushi » Wed May 22, 2019 5:02 pm

In my opinion, one of the RPi's "killer features" is that it has DPI output. For my purposes, this is absolutely essential as it guarantees that I don't have to use a crappy composite output or deal with the bulk of HDMI. Does the BPi Zero support DPI? If it doesn't, are there other SBCs that do? RPis are great but I want to see what else I'm free to use!

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Re: RPi alternatives that support DPI

Post by Helder » Wed May 22, 2019 11:12 pm

Unfortunately they do not support dpi and the Orange pi as well if I remember correctly.
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Re: RPi alternatives that support DPI

Post by sgtgrumbles » Thu May 23, 2019 3:52 pm

Nano Pi Fire 2a or 3. Works fine but uses a proprietary communication protocol ("FriendlyARM’s one-wire technology") for some of the commands. Supposedly, the driver is open source.

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