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Re: 21 February 2014 Live Chat
RichQ   2/21/2014 1:55:23 PM
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@duane. that is a big swing. The proto boards I found range from $5 to $15, so if yours is much more than about $20 I would think it wouldn't have much of a market. Even with the fancy connectors. And if it becomes cheaper to buy a new Arduino rather than a proto board, then folks will do what Max described.



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