The latest crop of built for CircuitPython boards have screens and an input method. These boards include:






3.2″ 320 x 240

1.8" 160x128

1.8" 160x128 



D-Pad and A/B buttons

Joystick and A/B buttons

Each board has a different niche use. The PyPortal is great for making touchscreen based IoT devices. The PyBadge for making conference badges and simple games. The PyGamer is a handheld gaming system. What they have in common is a color screen and a way to input location or direction. That means we can write a simple paint program!

The most challenging part is writing a program that will work on all three types of systems.

PyPortal, our easy-to-use IoT device that allows you to create all the things for the “Internet of Things” in minutes. Make custom touch screen interface...
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What's the size of a credit card and can run CircuitPython, MakeCode Arcade or Arduino? That's right, its the Adafruit PyBadge! We wanted to see how much we...
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What fits in your pocket, is fully Open Source, and can run CircuitPython, MakeCode Arcade or Arduino games you write yourself? That's right, it's the Adafruit...
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Please note: you may get a royal blue or purple case with your starter kit (they're both lovely colors)What fits in your pocket, is fully Open...
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This cable is super-fashionable with a woven pink and purple Blinka-like pattern!First let's talk about the cover and over-molding. We got these in custom colors,...
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This guide was first published on Jul 06, 2019. It was last updated on Jul 06, 2019.

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