I’m pleased to report that this week I received the production µduinos, programmed each board with the bootloader, tested them with multiple cables and scripts, and have shipped them to Crowd Supply for distribution. We’re almost there!
If you have moved or would like to change your shipping address for any reason, you can update it online through your account on Crowd Supply.
I mentioned at the start of the campaign that with a completed design, the production and shipment would begin ASAP and I was expecting these to be finished and shipped by mid September. As you all know, some… challenges…. have happened along the way and I thank you all for your support and your patience. Looking back there were warning signs and things I could have done different, and can only say sorry for the almost 3 months of delays getting these built.
That said, we HAVE made it to zero hour and they WILL be shipping to everyone starting next week! Another batch is soon to begin to cover the newer orders (last batch came up a little short of the current total orders).
To differentiate these from the black faulty ones, the final units are blue. That said, they are dark blue and can be hard to tell the difference. I’m colorblind so that may be why I can’t see the difference very well, but wanted to mention it just in case. Obviously they can be told apart by plugging them into a computer as well.
Faulty µduino (left), final µduino (right).
I’m excited that we’ve made it to this point, and your µduinos are right around the corner!
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