I've had some sucess with a 240x64 display from All Electronics Corp.
They're kinda small, and they require a buffer chip as they use 5V logic,
but they're only $15 each.
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On Mon, 1 May 2000, Justin Davies wrote:
> I'm really new to ucSimm/ucLinux, so be gentle.
> I haven't ordered mine yet, but I was wondering, is
> there a list of LCD displays that are compatible with
> the LCD driver on the board ?
> And really, how difficult is it to get the LCD working
> with it ? Do we get output from the system straight
> onto the LCD, or do we have to program that up
> ourselves ?
> Also, is there a website that has a list of peoples
> projects so we can get some ideas for our own ?
> Why not just do it... http://www.freedom2surf.net/
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