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Is this card also preconfigured to work with the 2.8 PiTFT board from adafruit? I see the cool little computer that you guys have with astro print and that. Would be nice to have it preconfigured with that too.
Is this card also set up to use the PiTFT screen? I have seen in some of the videos that you have an Astroprint raspberry pi computer with the PiTFT installed so you can use that screen to control the 3D printer. Would be nice if this card was ready for both the Astroprint and PiTFT that you sell. I don’t know how to add the PiTFT files to an image on a card (I’m new to Raspberry Pi). Maybe I don’t understand how this works and it’s not a problem.