Funny you mention that - my terminal downstairs is exactly that. It's an rpi in a VESA enclosure mounted to the back of a lenovo monitor. Highly recommended!
On Sat, Oct 15, 2016 at 8:19 AM, James A. Robinson <j...@highwire.org> wrote: > Ah, that's too bad. I suppose there's nothing to prevent > someone from getting a VESA mount enclosure and > just bolting onto the back of a monitor of their choice, > but it'd have been kind of neat to just buy a monitor > w/ rpi like you can pick up an imac. :) > > > On Sat, Oct 15, 2016 at 2:14 AM Richard Miller <9f...@hamnavoe.com> wrote: >> >> Actually it's a rpi compute module (not a pi3) - for more accurate >> description see >> http://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/compute-module-nec-display-near-you >> The displays are 40 - 98 inch so probably not what you want on your desk. >> >> Whether plan 9 could run on it depends on NEC documenting the >> peripherals on their proprietary carrier board that the compute >> module plugs into. >> >> >