The Raspberry Pi Touch Display is a 7-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 800×480, designed for creating interactive projects when paired with a Raspberry Pi. It draws power directly from the Raspberry Pi, eliminating the need for a separate power source. The Raspberry Pi OS includes drivers that support multitouch gestures and an on-screen keyboard, making it possible to use without additional peripherals. Connection to a Raspberry Pi is achieved through an adapter board that handles power and signal conversion, requiring only a power connection from the GPIO port and a ribbon cable to the DSI port.
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