The mikromedia 7 for STM32 has almost five times more screen space than a standard mikromedia board. With a larger PCB required to hold the larger display, it has more on-board features as well, including a built-in programmer so all you need is a USB cable to upload your code.
This system allows development of hand-held or mounted devices with multimedia content. The central part of the system is the 32-bit STM32F407ZGT6 ARM Cortex-M4 microcontroller. The mikromedia 7 for STM32 features integrated modules such as stereo MP3 codec, 7-inch TFT 800×480 touch screen display, accelerometer, microSD card slot, buzzer, IR receiver, RGB LED, PIN photodiode, temperature sensor, 2.4GHz RF transceiver, Ethernet transceiver, WiFi module, CAN transceiver, 8Mbit Flash memory, RTC battery, Li-Poly battery charger, etc. The board also contains a mini-B USB OTG connector, power jack, On/Off switch, and more.
A color user manual is included, and code examples are free to download. The board has a built-in mikroProg programmer/debugger with USB interface, so you won't have to spend a penny more on external programmers. If you do want to, 2×5-pin pads are available for using an external mikroProg for STM32 or ST-LINK/V2 (with adapter).
All unused microcontroller pins are available via pads along the sides of the board. The board measures 179 × 111 mm (7 × 4.37 inches).