ARM7 LPC2378 with 2.8" TFT Touch Screen LCD 240 x 320 BlueScreen
BlueScreen is a touch screen development board comes with NXPs powerful ARM7 LPC2378, a resistive-type-2.8-inch touch screen, 2.8" TFT LCD, micro-SD card socket, and 8kB EEPROM.
This development system is full of peripheral drivers and advance software modules i.e. screen object manager, command line interface, SPI interface, I2C interface.
240x320 pixels resistive-type 2.8" touch screen TFT LCD
Built-in LCD driver (ILI9325)
Touch screen controller (AD7843)
Micro-SD card socket (connected via SPI interface) support up to 2GB capacity (High capacity: HC type not supported)
On board 8kB EEPROM (the last 128 bytes are reserved for screen calibrated parameters)
Expansion port for SPI and UART signals I/O from MCU
UART connector for command line interface and in-system programming (TTL 3.3v with 5v tolerant)
16 pins GPIO output
Mini-B USB connection (can be used to power the board)
Source code (Eclips w/CDT and GNU ARM toolchains):
BlueScreen Test Library - Thanks John G.
You need an Eclipse w/CDT and one of the GNU ARM toolchains (ie. yagarto or WinARM). The GNU tool chain needs to be in your path before starting Eclipse. The only other place where there is a hard coded path is in one of the top level build paths where is specifies the library path...