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A Feather with ESP32-S3 and a TFT!
This is the Adafruit ESP32-S3 TFT Feather. It’s got all the delicious creamy goodness features of a Feather main board, the comforting warmth of an ESP32-S3 WiFi+BLE microcontroller, and the crispness of a 240×135 pixel color TFT display.
The Adafruit ESP32-S3 TFT Feather guide has everything you need to get started with your new Feather. There’s an overview, pinouts, CircuitPython install and Essentials examples, Arduino setup and usage, WipperSnapper setup and usage, Power Management and Low Power Usage, factory reset, and a downloads resource page.
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