Please note! This is just the raw display, not attached to a PCB or for use with a breadboard. If you want to use this out of the box with no surface mount soldering, check out our fully assembled 1.8″ TFT breakout board with microSD card holder. This display is for experts who are comfortable soldering a surface mount display using fine pitch soldering techniques! This display also is for 3.3V use only, so be sure to use a level shifter if you’re going to use it with 5.0V microcontrollers.
Eink, E-paper, Think Ink – Collin shares six segments pondering the unusual low-power display technology that somehow still seems a bit sci-fi – http://adafruit.com/thinkink
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AWESOME! I have a digital picture frame that used this exact same screen and I have been trying to get the part # for it for a few days now. Now you have given me the part # and all the info needed to hack it! Thanks!
hey k, you can always check out our eagle part.
Can the backlight/plane be removed to make this translucent, for use in a micro projector?