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Instructables version of the Hackable Christmas card

Posted on Friday, November 20th, 2009 in Holiday by Ian

The Instructables version of the Hackable Christmas card & ornament is up.

Seeed has copies of the card as a surface mount kit for $12, or assembled for $15. The card is already being manufactured so it can be delivered ASAP. The Seeed stock numbers aren’t accurate, less than 100 are being produced and we’re almost out of the assembled version now.

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