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'[EE]: graphical LCDs'
2002\08\20@153049 by Benjamin Bromilow

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Hi all,

I'm just about to hook a PIC up to my Encore GPS unit. One question
though.... am I right in thinking that the difference between a graphical
LCD and a character one is that the whole of the display is programable (ie
there are no gaps)? Also, am I right in thinking I have to still program
each block in the graphics memory (ie there are no line / shape drawing
procedures built in)??? Oops, thats two questions!!!

Ben

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2002\08\21@010049 by David Harris

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Hi-
Yes, and yes, but there are some 'smart' displays -- check out
http://www.crystalfontz.com for prices and info -- I think they are very good
value for money if you are looking for new rather than surplus, otherwise look
at http://www.bgmicro.com and http://www.eio.com
David

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