Reminder: Protostack ATmega168A kit giveaway

Posted on Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 in AVR, dev boards by Ian

Tomorrow we’ll announce the winner of the Protostack ATmega168A development board and USBasp programmer.  Leave a comment on yesterday’s post for a change to win the board.

Get the Protostack ATmega168A kit for $19.80, and the USBasp programmer for $16.

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