So you have a Raspberry Pi, a MK802 series or a Cubieboard? Cool. You hacked it and had it working as a mini PC? Cooler. But wait, a computer has a screen, literally. Why not try a beatutiful 7" diagonal 1280x800 pixel IPS HDMI/VGA/AV display? Connect an HDMI cable and plug it in directly to the MK802 (shown in picture).
A power adapter is needed for this cute monitor. It could be 5~24V (2A will be better). What's more, the driver board can drive screens between 4.3" and 15", the signal will take the full screen when the resolution ratio is 1280x720.
7" diagonal IPS (In-plane switching) panel screen
5-18V 2A power supply is needed
VGA/HDMI display while HDMI must be 50-pin RGB or LVDS
Screens from 4.3" to 15" of 3.3V which use LVDS ports can be driven by the driver board