This 10.1-inch display comes with a ton of acronyms: it’s an HDMITFTLCDIPS display.
It has HDMI which means you can literally plug it into your computer and use it as a monitor, or you can drive it using a Windows or Linux HDMI compatible device such as a Raspberry Pi (RPi). If you do choose the RPi to drive this display, we’ve found that the display’s power requirements are a bit high for the RPi to handle, so we recommend using this additional power supply for powering the backlight. This display is not compatible with Android.
The TFT LCD IPS (thin-film transistor liquid crystal display with in-plane switching) means the display is super-bright and beautifully crisp with a wider viewing angle than standard TN TFT displays.