I have Atmel XMEGA A1U Xplained Pro. I've discovered that it uses External Bus Interface pins for the LCD extension port. This is how I've decided to make a PCB adapter for this parallel display: http://www.ebay.com/itm/LCD-Deve...
But I have bad news. I cannot find this kind of cable anywhere. I don't know what's the name of it, pitch, resolution, etc., not even the parameter names for it! Without it, I cannot even run the Segmented LCD1 Xplained Pro that I've got since it has a socket for this specific kind of cable.
Plugging displays on SPI is a totally stupid solution since the SPI displays are too slow (already tested a tile-based graphics rendering engine that renders one tile on Arduino Uno to a SPI STxxxx display and I've talked about this like at least ten times). I cannot even find a one single complete GPIO port with all pins exposed for the parallel communication without the External Bus Interface since all pins are scattered all around. I might do that, but sacrifice the I/O peripheral board ports for the Xplained board that plug in nicely.
Can someone give me a pointer how that cable is called, what are its parameters and if they're available to buy on eBay or somewhere with cheap shipping?