Touchscreen designed by Adafruit for use with the Raspberry Pi.
Uses the hardware SPI pins (SCK, MOSI, MISO, CE0, CE1) as well as GPIO #25 and #24. All other GPIO are unused.
If you’re having trouble setting up your Raspberry Pi to use the PiTFT Screen or would rather avoid the hassle of setting it up yourself, you can flash our pre-configured Raspbian to your SD Card! The image file below has already been configured to use the PiTFT Touchscreen, so just follow the instructions for your operating system and you’ll have your screen operational in no time at all!
- GadgetCat Raspberry PiTFT Touchscreen Pre-Configured Raspbian Image
- Raspberry Pi Flashing Procedure for Windows.
- Raspberry Pi Flashing Procedure for Mac OSX
NEW!!! Gadgetcat has designed a CASE for the PiTFT screen!! It’s like a tiny touchscreen computer 🙂 Your Raspberry Pi and PiTFT fit securely attached together. This makes it much more convenient to use, and protects from dust and bumps!
Please check it out here: http://www.gadgetcat.com/product/modified-raspberry-pi-box-for-pitft-touchscreen/
Case sold separately.
For more details on the PiTFT screen: http://www.adafruit.com/product/1601
Internet streaming radio http://home.uktechreviews.com/Raspberry/P