Hello Everybody, we have a quick update this week. Read the full update.
Hey Everybody, I apologize for the delay in updates but we were extremely busy during the past few weeks. We're glad to announce that all boards have been tested and are now on their way to Crowd Supply for fulfillment. Read the full update.
We're happy to announce that we've received 70% of the finished boards and we're currently sorting and testing them. We've received all boards except R1001 and R1000AX. Read the full update.
Hello Everybody, we have a few items to update you on this week. Read the full update.
Thanks For Making It Happen! I know that's a little late (we were very busy bringing up R1008), but thank you all very much for supporting JuicyBoard. We got a lot of constructive feedback that added positive features and modifications to the design. Read the full update.
Hello everybody. There are a couple of updates this week, but first I want to thank everyone who has supported the campaign thus far. We have a few days left in the campaign, so please help spread the word and support JuicyBoard over the campaign's final days. We couldn't do this without you! Read the full update.
Hi Everybody, we've got a few exciting updates this week: Read the full update.
Hello Everyone! After completing the last R1000AX JuicyBoard PCB design last weekend we got some interesting feedback. At the moment the R1000AX board includes a micro-SD and a full SD card receptacle, both are using the same SPI port (so they can't be used simultaneously). The full size SD is there as a convenience for some who prefer to use it. Read the full update.
Thank you everybody! We were able to achieve our goal within the first couple of days. It was an exciting week and we'd like to share with you a few updates: Read the full update.
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