Project update 22 of 23
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.
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!
ANAVI Macro Pad 8 is part of Microchip Get Launched