For many tinkerers the price of the diminutive, Linux-based Raspberry Pi computer is right at $25, but it's worth noting that the device comes without a mouse, a keyboard or a monitor. However, the Raspberry Pi's display capabilities are actually quite strong. It can display full HD images and video (1920x1080), but monitors to do so are quite expensive. With the high cost in mind, a new Kickstarter project has begun to build an affordable 9-inch HDMIPi LCD panel to show images at 1280 x 800 pixels. The displays are to be made by Raspi.TV and Cyntech. There are already prototypes online.