First, sorry again for the delay with the manufacturing of the Hacker systems. I had to go through a couple of iterations with the factory to make sure everything on the boards is as it should be. Learning from the experience with the first batch, now the systems will be fully assembled and programmed in the factory. I hope that will solve the initial confusion some people had with having to assemble the system themselves. Organising the full assembly also took some time, which finds us here with the systems still not being delivered. I understand this is probably frustrating for some supporters, but please understand that I am not trying to make sure that it is not about quick delivery, but also about quality. This is much harder than it looks especially when doing it with limited budget. In fact I have invested additionally own funds in order to make everything right, so it is not a matter of profit for me, but just for the love of making something, and making it as good as I can.
The Hacker systems are manufactured and are currently in the factory. They are programming the firmware and will be shipping them to Crowd Supply for distribution in coming days. You’ll receive a shipping confirmation email with a tracking number when your package has shipped from the Crowd Supply warehouse.
If you need to change your address, you should do it now by logging into your Crowd Supply account and viewing your order.
Thanks for your patience!
A tiny, open source USB computer for security applications
A small, portable, USB-connected electronics lab-on-a-board that includes an oscilloscope, waveform generator, power supply, logic analyzer, and multimeter.
A new open-hardware computing platform, flexible and powerful, designed for use as a desktop, laptop, or standalone board.