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Potentially yes, search eBay for LVDS driver boards.
You'll need the part number from your screen to see if one is available.
Once I finally find my spare screen I'm going the same way but cost has to be taken into account. The driver boards are between £5 and £25 if memory serves and the official 7" screen is about £60 ish.
The official screen will denfinately work exactly as advertised, a spare LCD with LVDS driver could be great or it could be sub-optimal.
I'm trying to search one for it i found the part number.
that is B101EAN01.6 it's from a 10 inch Asus tablet.
But i can't find any driver boards for it.
If someone can help me find one that would be appreciated.
Find an eBay seller who does the LVDS boards and check their compatibility, if it's close to your part number then contact the seller to see if it will work or they can make it work.
Most adverts I've seen on there say to contact them, they claim they can accommodate you.
Theres no easier way I'm afraid, you've just got to search the ads.
I'm trying to make a portable Raspberry Pi.
Now i want to make it with an LCD screen. so i found a unused LCD screen from a Asus Tablet.
But it has a LVDS connection (if i'm right)
Is there a way that i can use this Asus Tablet LCD for my raspberry Pi?
Please let me know if i need to buy somethings or if it just wont work at all.
(PS: Sorry if the Sentence's are somewhat unclear i'm Dutch)