Project update 13 of 13
We are adding three new members to our family of miniature, open-hardware input devices. Based on your feedback, they all feature USB Type-C connectors. Another major improvement is the inclusion of a mighty Raspberry Pi RP2040 microcontroller, which is significantly faster than the Microchip ATtiny85 that we used in ANAVI Macro Pad 2.
ANAVI Macro Pad 10, ANAVI Knobs 3, and ANAVI Knob 1 all come with gold-plated, black PCBs, Raspberry Pi RP2040 microcontrollers, USB Type-C connectors, and clickable rotary encoders. The popular open source KMK firmware makes it easy to program and configure custom keyboard layouts and macros using CircuitPython.
Our crowdfunding campaign has a goal of just $1, so we will be producing these products. And we will do so my hometown of Plovdiv, Bulgaria, in the EU, where we have established a trusted supply chain over the past several years. We hope you’ll jump in again and support these new open-hardware input devices!