Are there arduino boards with integrated OLED display?

Are there arduino boards with integrated OLED displays available for purchase? I have been working on a handful of projects and soldering on OLED displays to all of them. It only involves four wires using I2C, but an integrated one-board solution is just much cleaner and solid. I was thinking something like the integrated ESP8266/ESP32 boards now available for $10-15, but could not find any using the Arduino.

Alternatively would it be possible to order a small run of custom assembled boards at a reasonable cost (something like a Pro Mini combined with a 128x64 OLED)?

Well, I actual donĀ“t know an "Arduino" Board, but there is an Version of the ESP8266 NodeMCU with integrated OLED-display. Maybe this might help you:https://www.amazon.de/AZDelivery-NodeMCU-ESP8266-12E-Display-Development/dp/B079H29YZM/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1520616289&sr=8-3&keywords=esp8266+oled

Microview: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12923

Featherwing OLED (Adafruit FeatherWing OLED - 128x32 OLED Add-on For Feather : ID 2900 : $14.95 : Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits) + Featherwing Arduino Board

Oliver

olikraus:
Microview: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12923

Featherwing OLED (Adafruit FeatherWing OLED - 128x32 OLED Add-on For Feather : ID 2900 : $14.95 : Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits) + Featherwing Arduino Board

Oliver

The Microview looks nice and slick (I saw it on it's Kickstarter page), but the $40 price tag is not very attractive. The Featherwing is an add on board which is great if you're using Feather arduino boards, but a bare I2C/SPI 128x32 OLED is about 1/5th of the price.
Since the cost of buying a Nano/ProMini + 128x64 OLED is less than $8, I was hoping there was an inexpensive single board with both. These small OLEDs are so inexpensive, I imagine such a board could even be used as a regular Nano/ProMini and just have a jumper to disable the OLED...

BTW Thank you so much for your work on U8G2. I have switched over all my recent projects to your library and my interfaces look so much nicer.

Arduino just probably isn't a good candidate for a premade board as the code needed to run the screen would eat up a whole lot of available memory and leave little room for customization.

A tailored OLED + Arduino solution :slight_smile: :