New Product Friday: Elastolite Brigade

New ElastoLite Kits and an awesome new single board computer.

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Welcome back. This week we have a bunch of new kits, along with a really feature-packed version of the pcDuino. Check out the video, and the stuff I wrote below it.

The features on the pcDuino3 are sometimes a bit too long to list. In short, if you’re looking to do something, it can probably handle it.

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Looking for a single board computer, but not sure which one to choose? Why not get one that has every option under the sun? The pcDuino3 has everything you need including SATA, audio out, HDMI, Arduino shield headers, and the ability to run either Android or Linux. The new version also sports a dual core processor.

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Want to use ElastoLite but aren’t sure where to start? We’ve put together a bunch of kits for you that make using the EL panels easy. The panels come in two sizes, 3x5 and 2x2. Each one comes in 5 different colors so we have a total of 10 kits that have everything you need to get a panel up and running.

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Last but not least, we have an LCD Keypad Kit from Adafruit for your Raspberri Pi. It has some buttons for navigation, a 16x2 character LCD and all the pieces necessary to connect to your Pi. Some assembly required.

Welp, that’s all I’ve got for this week. Thanks for watching and reading, as always. Unless Earth implodes, we’ll be back again next week with more new products. See you then.


Comments 4 comments

  • There is the small matter of EL panels costing a fortune.

  • From mipi.org:

    Q: How do you pronounce MIPI? A: “mippee”.

  • I love the little wiggle when he says “Liquid crystal displays”. (3:58 in the video)

    • GCF / last year / 1

      It made me question whether he actually said “Billy Chrystal displays.”

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