PIM580, a spacious 2.0" (320 x 240) IPS LCD display for Raspberry Pi Pico, with four buttons, an RGB LED and plenty of room for your Pico projects!
This 18-bit capable 320x240 pixel IPS display adheres majestically to the back of your Pico, and has lush colours and great viewing angles. Just like our smaller Display Pack, we've surrounded it with four tactile buttons so you can use your human fingers (or other non-human appendages) to interface with your Pico. There's also an RGB LED that you can use as an indicator, for notifications or just for adding extra rainbows.
Pico Display 2.0 lets you turn a Pico into a user interface device for a bigger project, capable of giving instructions, displaying readouts and even incorporating elaborate nested menus. If you'd rather use your Pico as a standalone device you could fill up all that prime screen real estate with digitally generated, Mandelbrot-esque art, beautiful graphs or readouts from lots of sensors. You could even make a device for getting folks to share their secrets via Telnet!
A Raspberry Pi Pico is not included.
Your Pico will need to have male headers soldered to it (with the pins pointing downwards) to attach to our add-on boards.
The labels on the underside of Pico Display will show you which way round to plug it into your Pico - just match up the USB port with the markings on the board.The easiest way to get started is by downloading and copying our custom MicroPython uf2 to your Pico, it includes all the libraries you'll need to use our add-ons. Click here for our beginner friendly tutorial!You can find C examples here and MicroPython examples here. You can also use it with CircuitPython!