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Member Since: April 30, 2006

Country: United States

  • And yet, sadly, all seven of them still use FTDI chips...

  • Any chance you guys are working on a version of this which uses a chip from a more friendly manufacturer? I have a 3.3v one which works great, and now need a 5v one (soldering back and forth is a pain), but I don't want to support FTDI.

No public wish lists :(