Elecrow's new CrowVision: a bare 11.6" touchscreen display.
The two big reasons I like it are that it's big, and also a touchscreen. Also, the display is meant to be built into something, which is nice.
Most flat-panel displays or "portable monitor" type displays have connectors on the sides, or other design elements making them troublesome to build into enclosures. The CrowVision is nice in that it is designed to be integrated into an enclosure, and it has a few other handy features as well.
I have always been inspired by LowBudgetTech's Callisto-2 printable retro computer design, but I find the screen too small. Getting my hands on the 11.6" display from Elecrow meant dusting off my own design.
You can see the CAD model above, and the top red section represents the 11.6" CrowVision display. The keyboard area is actually a socket to fit a Raspberry Pi 400. However, the CrowVision display has adjustable mounting holes for just about any kind of single-board computer, like the Raspberry Pi 4 or others.