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Introducing the First FPGA Development Board you should buy... the Nandland Go Board.  Featuring lots of on-board peripherals, the Go Board will keep you busy and make learning about FPGAs an easy and enjoyable experience.  

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1531311296/nandland-go-board-your-fpga-playground

Thanks! 

www.nandland.com

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Hello,

 

Please check our new miniSpartan6+: FPGA Kit with HDMI output and Scarab IDE: an ease to use IDE to program the FPGA 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1812459948/minispartan6-a-powerful-fpga-board-and-easy-to-use?ref=discovery

 

Thanks

Scarab Hardware Team



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