NEW PRODUCT – Pimoroni Raspberry Pi 7″ Touchscreen Display Case – Noir


NEW PRODUCT – Pimoroni Raspberry Pi 7″ Touchscreen Display Case – Noir

Noir is the new black! With this Noir Raspberry Pi 7″ Touchscreen Display Case you can protect your lovely Pi Foundation PiTFT – 7″ Touchscreen Display for Raspberry Pi!

Three unique layers provide support and protection to the back of the display, leaving your touchscreen entirely unimpeded and all Raspberry Pi ports totally accessible.



This case is also constructed with 2 sturdy legs to hold your touchscreen at an ideal viewing angle. Best part is, there are no tools required for assembly!

Strap in and prepare for lift-off!

Please note: Screen and Raspberry Pi not included – this is the display mount only. This is compatible with the Pi 2 Model B, Model B+, and Model A+.



In stock and shipping now!

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1 Comment

  1. Annoyingly, the default driver config for the touch screen is actually 180 degrees rotated from this mounting position.

    You have to screw with the boot config file, and then with the touch digitizer to invert the x and y coordinates.

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