All standard HDMI screens should be supported. Please see the section below for more information about the supported resolutions.
The majority of USB-based touch controllers should also work out-of-the-box. Following screens have been successfully tested by us with emteria.OS 0.5.x.
|52Pi 5″ touchscreen: The 800×480 capacitive HDMI touchscreen with USB controller for multi-touch.|
|Raspberry Pi 7″ touchscreen: The official Raspberry Pi 7″ touch screen display with 10 finger capacitive touch.|
|Waveshare 4.3″ touchscreen: A capacitive DSI screen.|
|Waveshare 5″ touchscreen: A capacitive DSI screen.|
|Waveshare 7″ touchscreen: A capacitive HDMI screen with a USB touch controller.|
|Waveshare 10.1″ touchscreen: A capacitive HDMI screen with a USB touch controller.|
The audio jack is used as the default audio out. If it doesn’t work in your setup, or if you wish to change the default behavior, please refer to HDMI_FORCE_EDID_AUDIO and HDMI_IGNORE_EDID_AUDIO options as specified by the official documentation. The emteria.OS also has built-in support for USB speaker and USB microphone without additional configuration.
Built-in support for the Official CSI camera module without additional configuration.
Built-in support for ODROID’s USB GPS Module without additional configuration.
Built-in support for NXP’s USB NFC Dongle without additional configuration.
Micro SD cards
See MicroSD cards.