The new MindWave Mobile 2 is here, along with two new Qwiic boards and a pair of flush cutters!

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The RedBoard Edge is here along with the Flexible Grayscale OLED Breakout, Qwiic-enabled Differential I2C Breakout and RTC Module, and an APRS transmitter!

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Three new Qwiic sensor boards for plenty of different applications, as well as four LED packs with built-in resistors!

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Two new Qwiic boards to help you connect with I2C, and three new rotary potentiometers!

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It's Friday, and we have two more fantastic Qwiic boards and two micro:bit learning kits to share!

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How to use Qwiic connectors to make versatile control panels that can control a myriad of electronics projects.

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Three new Qwiic boards, a new iteration of the MindWave Mobile and a small update to our mbed Starter Kit. It's Friday!

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Who said there could be only one? How about FOUR great new Qwiic boards!

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Two new dev boards built exclusively for MicroPython, an environmental sensor combo and Qwiic!

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