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Mar 31, 2017

New production, piSmasher

Ahoy snickerdoodlers!

Here’s the latest product and production status update:


We * finally * received the last part we were waiting for and have officially started the next 500pc snickerdoodle production run, meaning we should have more hardware ready to test in roughly two weeks.

Note: Perhaps not surprisingly, we have been totally inundated with questions about delivery dates, order statuses, and general product availability and we continue to be blown away by your enthusiasm and eagerness to get your hands on snickerdoodle “now.” We’d kindly ask you to remain patient for just a little bit longer… Rest assured that even though you may not have received your board yet, your order has not been lost and you have not been forgotten.

As a reminder, we unfortunately have no way of knowing exactly when any individual order will ship, but we continue to forge ahead, working day and night to expeditiously ship product while maintaining a level of quality and service that we can stand behind and be proud of.


Another round of breakyBreakys is about to kick off (pending the arrival of a few parts that should be in by the end of next week or so).


The piSmasher is undergoing its makeover - some even might call it cosmetic surgery. Either way, it’s going to blow your mind. We have a slightly new design to share but it isn’t quite ready to poke its head out of its shell. As far as timing goes, we are (optimistically) shooting to have Alpha units ready by the end of April. We should know a lot more - and if that’s going to be realistic - in a couple weeks.


In case you missed it, we received some first article cookieJars in recently. Aside from a few cosmetic tweaks (namely the laser etching) and a couple very minor functional changes that will be implemented for the production run, they’re looking pretty slick!

That pretty much covers it for now. Thanks again for the ongoing support. We’re already seeing some great videos and projects from people who’ve received their snickerdoodles. Once we get the new site up (yes, it’s still “being worked on”), we’ll be sure to features some of those projects and products on there.

Until next time…happy building!

the krtkl crew

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snickerdoodle one

Dual-Core 667MHz ARM Cortex-A9 w/430K ASIC gates, 155 reconfigurable I/O, 512MB LPDDR2 RAM, 2.4GHz 802.11n Wi-Fi. Only available with connectors up (benchtop).


snickerdoodle black

Dual-Core 866 MHz ARM Cortex-A9 w/1.3M ASIC gates, 180 reconfigurable I/O, 1GB LPDDR2 RAM, 2.4GHz + 5GHz 802.11n 2x2 MIMO Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Classic & BLE, copperHead heat sink, free SDSoC license.


breakyBreaky breakout board

Full snickerdoodle pinout (270 pins) on 0.1” headers, JTAG connector, DC power jack. Note: order your snickerdoodle connectors "down".


piSmasher SBC

HDMI in AND out, 2x Gigabit Ethernet, 4x USB 2.0 high-speed, audio line in/out, headset, 25 reconfigurable I/O, DC power jack. Note: order your snickerdoodle connectors "down".


12V/36W International Wall Wart

36W/12V wall-mount power supply for use with snickerdoodle baseboards.


cookieJar enclosure

A beautiful enclosure machined out of 6061 aluminum, bead blasted, anodized, and laser engraved. Also serves as heat sink. Note: this enclosure is only compatible with connectors “up” snickerdoodle.


pin housings + jumpers

All seven mating snickerdoodle connectors and a 50-pack of (loose) jumpers - see below for jumper description for benchtop-prototyping; no baseboard needed.


jumpers (150 pack)

7.5" (19cm) long with Samtec pins on one end (for installing into pin housings, above) and 0.1" female “maker” pins/housings on the other. Note: includes jumpers (150 pack) only.


32GB microSD card (pre-loaded)

32GB U3 Speed Class microSD card pre-loaded with snickerdoodle Ubuntu Linux.


ten sets of baseboard headers

Ten sets of all seven connectors needed for building your own snickerdoodle baseboard; mates with snickerdoodle connectors “down”.

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