This display, in an Arduino shield form factor, is very easy to use. It has an SD card breakout on the back and male headers to plug into a Metro size microcontroller. It is solderless if a Metro with standard female headers is used.

Connection to a Metro Microcontroller

For a speedy chip with lots of memory, the examples use this display with an Adafruit Metro M4 Express microcontroller. The shield should plug into the Metro M4 with headers. If your Metro does not have female headers, please solder them in.

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