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Workshop Update for October 11th, 2012

Posted on Thursday, October 11th, 2012 in Workshop Update by DP

Retrieved China visa. We got USB IDs sublicensed from Microchip, that are¬†ready to go in a few new projects including the Part Ninja, and the 1.8” TFT LCD backpack. We’re working on a few bootloaders, and making a video/how-to about them at the same time.

We starded a development page for the Logic Shrimp v2. This is an eveolution of version one, where a single 23LC1024 SRAM is used insted of 4 23K256s.

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  1. Kaz says:

    I like the new Logic Shrimp v2 and how it fits in a smaller form factor. Any chance it might end up in the 50×31 Sick of Beige template? It looks like it might fit…

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