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Few questions for LCD BoosterPack users

SD card socket on LCD BoosterPack  

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The SD-card slot is a must have, especially when used as cache for GUI and advanced graphics.


However, it doesn't make sense on the LaunchPad MSP430G2 or on a 20-pin BoosterPack.


That's why Il recommend to use a 40-pin BoosterPack and offer the SD-card slot as an option.


Surprisingly, none of the LaunchPads feature a SD-card slot, even the CC3200 which could act as a server.

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Hi Rob,


I have a few of the early LCD Booster Packs. Love 'em.


Have never used the sd card slot on the booster pack as I have one elsewhere in my project. If I was redoing it from scratch I would forego my sd card socket for yours.


I think it should definitely stay. Its such a nice to have. Two booster packs in one ;) Great for data logging.


I'd be happy to pay a little extra to save extra hassle implementing elsewhere. Be nice to not have to worry about soldering it.





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