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Digispark - The tiny, Arduino enabled, usb dev board! by Erik Kettenburg

Digispark - The tiny, Arduino enabled, usb dev board! by Erik Kettenburg
Shipping Clarification: Shipping is free to the USA (all 50 states) for all reward levels.For rewards $205 and under add $5 to your pledge for Canada, $10 for anywhere else (besides the USA)For rewards over $205 add $10 to your pledge for Canada, $20 for anywhere else (besides the USA) Press: Current Stretch Goals: STRETCH GOAL MET: $75k - all shield PCB orders will be $0.50 off the current price. Prices on backer pages and the shields update now reflect this discount! STRETCH GOAL MET: $100k - all backers will be able to add RGB shield kits (RGB shield PCB, RGB LED, resistors, and headers - unassembled, thru hole) to their orders (no limit on how many) for $1 each STRETCH GOAL MET: $150k - the DigiSpark PCBs will be an exclusive color for kickstarter backers and have a link on them to the list of backers. $200k - we're still working on this one! The Specs: Just how small is it? Click here for detailed dimensions. Design and layout circuit board and components: DONE! Deliver finished Digisparks!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/digistump/digispark-the-tiny-arduino-enabled-usb-dev-board

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