seeking graphical LCD with built-in controller


I would like to find a fairly high resolution LCD display with a built-in controller, preferably color.

Essentially I want to be able to send it drawing commands like draw line, fill area, write pixels, scroll.

But do such things exist at this point?


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You will need to be more specific.

Do you want a small PC that does not look like a PC. Do you want a computer inside the display AND and external computer. ( i.e. a PC inside with the display AND a PC outside the display )

Cost will drive what you are trying to do. Two computers does not make sense.

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Well, if the computer inside the display is halfway decent, i.e. if it's for instance an ARM with a good chunk of RAM and flash, that would be sufficient. But I rather doubt that's the case with these things and I would guess that the manufacturer would offer no guarantees about the internal computer since their offer would be more to provide a reliable interface and understandable command set.

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What I need is a PIC (positively indifferent coworker) which is based on NMOS technology (noncommitting minimal observation syndrome) on which I can run my new RTOS (reality transformation & obfuscation scheme) and achieve a TCP connection (torpidity-concomitant procrastinationism).

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Hi! I'm into animation and making fonts and can control myself very well. Am I an LCD? I can also R/W (Read and Write) and am especially good around cache (Cash.) I even have a BL (Brother-in-Law) who lives downstairs. Sometimes he leaves the lights on. You need to be careful around him though, he can be turned-on in the flick of a switch. He's generally a pretty cold Cathode, but he warms up eventually. That's why we built an inverter for him. (He doesn't read Satanic bibles or anything.) I like to read and make many small presentations in my working hours, and sleep all the rest of the time. The Doc says I am CMOS (Complementary Mental Opposites Syndrome) but as usual, I don't think I do believe him. Or do I not?

Are you a PIC? I'm seeking a PIC (Pretty, Intelligent Chick) for eventual production of a few daughterboards. We can ramp-in production slowly, maybe prototype our interconnections awhile, but just so we're clear, prog-ramming and interfacing with my hard-disk is the goal. We can meet by Bus or Port, either is fine. A PIC with ROM (Really Open-Mindset) would be great but is not essential. The PIC must have SPI though (Sexy Panties Included) and RMW (Really Massive Watermelons.) If she can understand CCS (C-is-fer-Country-Slang) then that would be great as we can talk without learning ASM (Archaic, Shitty Mumbo-Jumbo.) ASICs (Asian Sisters In China) are also welcome, and so are PLD's (Pretty Latino Dancers). But all DSP applications (Dudes Swearing Pregnancy) will be routed to



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