PXA270 and it's framebuffer - 2700G OpenGL ES
James Richard Tyrer
tyrerj at acm.org
Sun Apr 22 21:10:19 PDT 2007
> But apparently $350 for one board.
> it looks to me that modifying bumstix to use OpenGL ES might be a matter
> of only purchasing OPTIONAL 2700G chip that somehow can be connected to
> that "LCD controller", that would be great
As a matter of information: Intel no longer makes the PXA series chips,
and the px270/2700g combination is being replaced by a single chip.
Don't know what your application is, but these chips only support 640 x
480 VGA max.
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