A couple of interesting things this week – Synology NAS, nRF52832, Sonoffs, and a one-of-a-kind SBC that no one knows about.
This week’s Weekly Roundup is a bit quiet. A few SBCs from some new comers, motor drivers, power control boards, a rogue teapot and I know at least one of my subs is keeping track of how many times I Continue reading Weekly Roundup #41 – New Maker Products
Seems we have a winner of the great “almost 20,000 subs, almost 100 Patrons and get a haircut you hippie” competition! Check out the video to find out who.
Another mailbag with lots of interesting stuff. EspressoBin, FireBeetle, UDOO x86, ArduShield, nRF52832 and an extra thank you from one of my Patrons.
Time for another competition! I haven’t quite reached 20,000 subs yet, so… scrambling for an excuse. It’s time for a haircut. I get a haircut, you get a prize.
My original project 30 years ago was to build a talking Alarm Clock, which was based on a 6502. This is a revamp of that project. Interesting to see what can be done so easily these days!
In Weekly Roundup #40 we’re seeing sensors, wireless, SBCs and the demise of a Polish physicist.
The ReflowR aims to make it easier for people to reflow solder SMD components. This a joint review with a mate of mine who runs Kean Electronics who puts it through its paces.
Back from vacation and this Week’s Roundup is chock full of stuff! Lot’s of SBCs, plus #LibreComputer #SandmanDoppler #Parral #BuzzBox #tinyLiDAR #NanoPi @h3droid #tinyFPGA.
In Part 1 of this video I looked at the UDOO-X86 from the electronics Maker perspective. In Part 2 I’ll be looking at the CPU and graphics performance of the board on Linux as well as RemixOS.