Re: Show US Your DRAW Photos
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Looking at the photo of the case from the rear, you can see that the Rpi
header is occupied by a board with a connector coming from it. That is where you
need to install the DRAWS board.
Sent: Saturday, December 08, 2018 10:18 PM
Subject: Re: [nw-digital-radio] Show US Your DRAW
Hey folks. I went shopping for my kids tonight and found the
perfect DRAWS Pi setup.
Check out this kids toy! - which is on sale in Canada for $150 CAD for
another 1h45 min at BestBuy.
It's a Pi3 kit with battery pack, 1280x800 LCD, wireless keyboard, USB hub
etc. This is perfect.
On Thu, Nov 29, 2018 at 12:30 AM Basil Gunn <basil@...
gave the wrong url for the Sunfounder displays that I've used.
the correct urls for the 7" & 10" LCD displays.
more feature that I like is they run on 12V.
>> I just
realized they made the same mistake on the DRAWS as they did on the UDRC
> Not really a mistake if you use the superior
SunFounder 7" monitor
> (1024x600) which would have the HAT cables come
out the top.
I personally prefer the Sunfounder 10" display with 1280x800
> that allows enough screen real estate to run a mail client
> Xastir. With the 10" screen the cables face the bottom but the RPi
> mounted at the top of the display with plenty of room for the
> The 7" & 10" Sunfounders come with a built in
speaker, RPi mounting
> pieces & an HDMI cable to mate with the RPi.
I believe (could be wrong)
> both sizes come with a touch screen
> The 800x400 Smart-Pi display was good for my console
winlink apps, mutt
> with paclink-unix, but really didn't cut it for
anything with a gui.
mini-din connectors are on the same side as they were on the UDRC. This means
if you try to use one on the "Smarti-Pi" cases with the touchscreen and hinged
base the cables will be in the way just like they are with the
>> Oh well looks like I will have to remove the
connectors like I did on the UDRC2
> Or just buy a better video
> /Basil n7nix
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