3.2-inch HDMI IPS LCD Display (H), 480x800, Adjustable Brightness, No Touch

WaveshareSKU: RB-Wav-397
Manufacturer #: 20755

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  • HDMI IPS LCD Display (H), No Touch
  • Offers 3.2-inch display with Adjustable Brightness
  • Features a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels
  • Backlight is adjustable
  • Display Port: HDMI
  • Viewing Angle: 160°

The 3.2-inch HDMI IPS LCD Display (H), 480x800, Adjustable Brightness, No Touch is a 3.2inch HDMI display, with a resolution of 480x800. It supports Raspberry Pi, Jetson Nano, and Desktop Windows PC and supports Raspbian / Ubuntu/ Kali/ Win10 IoT and the Retropie, driver free. 

  • 1x 3.2inch HDMI LCD (H)
  • 1x HDMI Adapter (C)
  • 1x HDMI Adapter (B)
  • 1x Screws pack

3.2-inch HDMI IPS LCD Display (H), 480x800, Adjustable Brightness, No Touch - Click to Enlarge


  • 80 x 55.91 mm (L x W)
  • Screen: 3.2 inch
  • Resolution: 480 x 800
  • Display Port: HDMI
  • Display Panel: IPS
  • Viewing Angle: 160°
  • Backlight: Adjustable Brightness
  • Weight: 0.062 kg

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Died with very little use, manufacturer became unresponsive

At most I ran the screen for a half an hour to test it's functionality while waiting on the remaining parts for a mini cyberdeck build to become available. The image was good and ran fine for a screen of its size. I then invested some time into hand-making a custom case to keep the electronics safe and secure.

It defaults to portrait with no apparent way to change this on the screen itself. If connected to a PC or pi, the image can be corrected via the connected hardware, but anything like a Nintendo Switch, Chromecast, etc with no landscape/portrait settings to change will leave you stuck with a warped image.

However, when attempting to use it to verify if my MSI GPU's ports had died again, there were dead pixels all over the screen that had not been present before, mostly around the center of the image. When I attempted to power it on afterwards, the screen remained blank.

After Contacting Robotshop, who then got me in touch with the manufacturer "Waveshare", I got the first few responses pretty quick. However, they stopped responding just after sending them the model number/SKU. Its now been about a month with no further response.

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