Pi-top[4] connected to touch screen

Hi Guys
I have this type screen https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.minipc-shop.eu/images/image/XtendTouch_XT1310F_presentation.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwjC6b_i9vHvAhWN3YUKHWFVBbUQFjAPegQICRAC&usg=AOvVaw3JmWxHCq6HORR7X_jZp3XF

I tried to connect this screen with pi-top 4 through type c connection but unfortunately no signal, can I connect this screen with pi top4 through USB-c not HDMI?

@Adel - First of all, welcome to the pi-top forums. This is a super helpful and friendly forum with amazing user community as well as an amazing team of people from the pi-top team who love getting into the trenches with us and learning together.

Most likely, because the pi-top USB-C connector (the one with the green outline) is pi-top proprietary (Note: [3] in the image below) for the pi-top FHD display (see also: https://knowledgebase.pi-top.com/knowledge/techspec4), it’s not going to work with other manufacturer’s displays.

For other HDMI displays, you will need to use the pi-top display cable with the USB-C to HDMI adapter connect to [3] or instead, use a micro-HDMI to HDMI cable using the other Raspberry Pi video connection (Note: number [4] in the image below).



That’s exactly right @Tom-B! :+1:

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Thanks for your reply … that means I need connect this through hdmi