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Chumby Hackerboard – Support THS moving efforts

Posted on Thursday, July 5th, 2012 in help by DP

Tokyo HackerSpace are moving to a new place. To support this move they teamed up with Safecast to offer the Chumby HackerBoard at ~$63, which is %30 off the normal price. The Chumby HackerBoard is a single board Linux computer, with a 454 MHz ARM processor, and 64 MB of memory.

Tokyo HackerSpace in conjunction with Safecast.org Japan have a smoking deal for you! Buy a Chumby HackerBoard for only 5000 yen! That’s about $63. Save 27 dollars!! You’ll be helping our HackerSpace move into our new place.

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2 Responses to “Chumby Hackerboard – Support THS moving efforts”

  1. Westfw says:

    So what’s the status of CHB now that Bunny has moved on from chumbies? As OSHW, anyone could take over manufacturing them, I guess. But HAS anyone? Will anyone? Or is it dead once stock is gone?

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