As people may know if they have seen my latest build thread, I'm creating an all in one PC. Part of it consists of a pair of LM1875T amps, to run my onboard speakers, which will be the first electronic thing I have ever really built from scratch. Still waiting on my amps, I expect them to arrive this week sometime. That will be a new learning experience for me, but it looks easy enough. Looking forward to it !! A quick look at the front of the rig will show you a rectangular bit of wasted space I want to fill with something. I'm considering using this space for an LCD touchscreen display. Currently 246W, 138H, 136D, but these dimensions could be altered within reason if I went for a slightly larger (10") LCD. It appears the cheapest way to go would be to simply buy a yumcha Android tablet, but I'm not sure this will really suit my desires. I want the thing to display a large clock, and a couple of temp displays by default, at boot. Although I'm sure I can attach a couple of temp sensors to a Pi, I'm not so sure about doing the same to an Android, and also not so sure I can make them default to my desired layout of single large clock and 2 smaller temp displays. Of course, I would hopefully use the Pi for other purposes too.. I'm thinking alternative media player at the moment, since although it will draw power from an 'always on' USB port on my main rig, it might mean I can use it as a music player, using the same amps, without booting the PC. I would plan on leaving the Pi permanently on, so it won't be booting very often, but if I did disconnect it, it would be way cool if it just booted straight into Time/Temps without any BS. I presume I'd have to add a battery backup too... all things I think a Pi could do but a cheap Android tablet may not be configurable enough. I have no idea about Raspbian or other suitable OS, can I get a preconfigured SD card or do I need to actually learn a bit to use one of these things? Are any OCAU people willing to help me out with questions if I go this route? Can I buy cheapish external temp sensors (with cables) that just plug in, a quick google is inconclusive? I realise I'd have to configure those, again, I would ask for help in doing so. I've been thinking a setup like the video below might be a go, I'd certainly have the room to attach the Pi to the back of the screen and have plenty of room to spare, and access, to provide power and any additional stuff to it. Thanks in advance for any ideas or assistance !!