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August 30, 2007
about 8 years ago
Mmmh, could you provide a link please ? I can't find it. I need to fix my SF board bootloader too...
about 11 years ago
Any chance to see the D11 version (I2C) sold by SF ?
about 12 years ago
Somehow the url above has been broken.
Here it is another way : http://tinyurl.com/5nmuga
We bought this touch screen last year for a project we made (http://reseau.erasme.org/Interactive-Globe-technical). It's very easy to work with, and does a great job for our purpose. It's also pretty scratch safe, since it has been in a public exhibit for several months without visible scratch.
As always, Sparfun rules !
jamis : you usually can find some in floppy drives. I just scrounged 2 of them there.
Also, many things with small motors probably contains some (VCR, hard drives).