We received all of the boards for ANAVI Macro Pad 8 from the local factory in my hometown Plovdiv, Bulgaria, EU. We flashed the open source QMK firmware with the default keymap and tested all developer kits. The next steps are to package them with bubble wrap in our recyclable cardboard boxes, then to prepare the mini OLED displays and to process the maker kits.
Once again, thank you for supporting ANAVI Macro Pad 8. Stay safe and we will keep you updated with all progress.
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