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Bus Pirate LCD adapter v2 unboxing

Posted on Thursday, September 30th, 2010 in Bus Pirate, Bus Pirate accessories, LCD by Ian

asdf just received the first LCD adapter v2. More pictures on asdf’s Flickr photostream.

There are sporadic reports of missing connector cables. Seeed is aware of the issue, just ask for a replacement if your cable is missing.

Get an LCD adapter for $9.

Via the forum.

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  1. IPenguin says:

    The two LCD adapters v2 I received from Seeed about 2 weeks ago were missing the the cables, too. I never reported this to Seeed.

    To my surprise a little box with 2 connector cables from Seeed was in my mail today! :)

    To me this is an other display of Seeed’s outstanding service – so some things went wrong with orders over time, Seeed always made up for it to my full satisfaction! :)

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