The beautiful face your product deserves.
- Stunning 10.1″ full-color 1280×800 TFT display
- 10-point capacitive touchscreen
- The horsepower of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module
- 4 USB ports, Ethernet, real-time clock, and general-purpose I/O
- Optional Power Over Ethernet (PoE)
- Optional active cooling and expansion peripherals
Product description and technical data for the PIQUE Smart Display Module.
PIQUE Product Line Overview
Technical data for all PIQUE Smart Display Modules.
Selecting a Development Toolchain
An easy guide to choosing Qt, Electron, LVGL, or a different tool.
Qt Quick Start Guide
A guide for developing your first Qt Open Source application using PIQUE.
Electron Quick Start Guide
A guide for developing your first Electron application using PIQUE.
LVGL Quick Start Guide
A guide for developing an LVGL application using PIQUE, with a little Arduino programming as well.
Get the Starter Kit and Get Moving
Just the PIQUE
PIQUE Preinstalled Environment
An Ubuntu 20 VirtualBox virtual machine preconfigured with toolchains, application launcher, example programs, and tools.
A customized version of Raspberry Pi OS Buster with preinstalled tools, libraries, and startup system.
Available Compute Module 3 GPIO signals and peripherals, transitioning I/O signals from the Raspberry Pi to PIQUE, and an overview of available PIQUE expansion boards.
Optimizing Boot Times
Improving time to first image and time until application is available to the user.
Options for controlling and Compute Module Temperature, automatic safeguards, and characterizing thermal performance.
Compute Module 3 vs. 3+
Differences between the modules, and ensuring your software image supports both.