[Arm-netbook] Block Diagram - ZEOMA - Handheld Games Console
lasich at gmail.com
Tue Oct 18 15:52:21 BST 2016
Just one piece of advise.
Look on TAOBAO as well. Site is completely in Chinese but it is much more
relevant for sourcing electronic parts in China if you know little bit
around. For example you can register on some of Taobao agents (like
www.bhiner.com), you can copy/paste link from Taobao (and Aliexpress) and
you will be able to see complete translation (fair one at least) as well
they will be able to send goods to you for a small fee. Of course, long
term it is the best to have direct access to factory or some help in China,
however being able to buy on Taobao can be helpful.
On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 4:34 PM, Joseph Honold <mozzwald at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been looking on aliexpress and found some 3.97" LCD's based on
> the nt35510/nt35512. They are similar to the FRD39751040V but have
> different pinouts. Does Frida sell sample/single LCD's anywhere online?
> The linux driver you posted appears to be for MIPI/DSI mode so
> probably not useful for us. I found this RGB24 initialization driver
> for u-boot/nt35510. It could be modified for RGB18, then I assume we
> could just use the sunxi-fb lcd linux driver?
> On 10/17/2016 01:01 PM, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> > On 10/16/16, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl at lkcl.net> wrote:
> >> take a look at frida's LCDs, we have the advantage of being in touch
> >> directly with marco, the possibility of group buys, etc. etc.
> >> datasheets all here:
> >> http://rhombus-tech.net/suppliers/shenzen/frida_lcd/
> > joseph update page i found the NT35510 datasheet it looks like it can
> > do SPI (am checking with marco) which makes it perfect for the
> > hybrid-phone i want to do, if you use this one as well FRD39751040V
> > then we can do a group buy between the three projects. it's 800x480
> > and it's IPS.
> >>> Also, I see you are not using SSD2828 for RGB to MIPI conversion
> >>> anymore. This week I finished up a preliminary schematic for a SSD2828
> >>> testing/breakout board. I briefly started the layout and began to have
> >>> second thoughts. It seems like too much work to incorporate it. I'm
> >>> now looking for ~4 inch RGB LCD's instead.
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