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mcgrathdylan
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Tiny is right
mcgrathdylan   7/29/2013 8:10:28 PM
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Man, the headline does not lie. Those boards are small with a capital S. I honestly didn't realize there were so many development boards out there with such small form factors.

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I'd love to see a chart with IO
rick merritt   7/29/2013 9:23:42 PM
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Very cool collection of ultra small dev boards I had never heard of.

I'd love to see a single table that lists them to easily compare price/size and most importantly the trade offs they make in IO to get so small.

Kudos for bringing these to light, Caleb!

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rick merritt   7/29/2013 9:25:03 PM
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BTW, I love the composite photos you are doing on your slideshow opener pages, too. Send me a cheat sheet on how you do it when you can.

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Teensy
Michael Dunn   7/29/2013 9:50:22 PM
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That Teensy 3 is cute, but it doesn't appear to work with the Arduino IDE.

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Re: Teensy
Caleb Kraft   7/29/2013 10:01:29 PM
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I've used the teensy 2 on multiple occasions building game controllers for people who are physically disabled. It works very well with the arduino IDE. I haven't personally tried the teensy 3.

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Story board
Susan Rambo   7/29/2013 10:03:09 PM
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Nice slideshow, Caleb. What other boards have you used from your slideshow? Anyone else use any of these boards? What was your experience like and what do you make? Share a story, post a comment. Thanks. 

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Re: Tiny is right
Caleb Kraft   7/29/2013 10:15:27 PM
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Those digisparks are insanely tiny. When I got mine, I was a bit scared I wouldn't be able to solder wires into it.

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Patk0317   7/29/2013 10:29:27 PM
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I've seen a few of these at the Maker Faire a few months ago. Where can these be purchased? Are they all available from one source or do you need to go to a different comany for each one?

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Re: Tiny is right
Patk0317   7/29/2013 10:31:30 PM
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BTW you can check out the freesoc mini at www.freesoc.net . Many of the Schmartboards are also in a small form factor. http://www.schmartboard.com/

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Re: Tiny is right
Caleb Kraft   7/29/2013 10:46:53 PM
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I linked to where each item could be purchased within the story. Find the one you're looking for and the link should take you to where you can buy it.

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