Super-bright, 10.1-inch capacitive touch, HDMITFTLCDIPS Display. This is our largest display yet! With a 1280x800 pixel resolution. It comes with tons of acronyms like HDMI and IPS. IPS means is has "in-plane switching", which in English means it's really bright and crisp looking with a wider viewing angle than standard TN TFT displays.
It also has HDMI! Which means you can literally plug it into your computer and use it as a monitor or you can drive it using any HDMI compatible device like a Raspberry PI, although you will need to power it separately to drive the backlight.
We have found that this displays power requirements are a bit high for the Raspberry Pi when using the Pi's power source to supply the LCD display, so we've used this additional power supply for powering the backlight when controlling it via a Raspberry Pi.