I notice that the pocket beagle has a ‘3D graphics accelerator’ listed on its specification (from my understanding it’s the same as the accelerator found in the full sized Bealgebone). However, looking at the system reference for the pocket beagle, I notice that there are only a few pins labeled as ‘lcd_xx’ - not enough to connect to a screen to do 16 or 24 bpp. From searching the internet the only screens that seem to be available are small I2C/SPI driven ones.
My question is 2 fold - can a pocket beagle be used to display graphics on a screen over a 16 or 24 bpp connection? If not, why has a 3d accelerator been included in the device if it can’t be connected to a large screen - is there some other purpose for it?
Thank you in advance for your help.