FinalSmash wrote:I'm interested in the Pi and its peripherals. I was wondering if it would be possible to connect the touchscreen, possibly using an adapter, as a secondary monitor on a PC. Or is the touchscreen compatible exclusively with the Pi? Any replies will be appreciated.
Almost zero chance on a PC.
The Pi touchscreen uses DSI and I2C as the interfaces, neither of which are generally available on a PC.
You might be able to hook it up to a Beagleboard or Freescale board, but don't expect any support in trying to do so.
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I'm not interested in doing contracts for bespoke functionality - please don't ask.