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MeGrimlock

Member Since: October 19, 2014

Country: Uruguay

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Lots of things to do, so little time … Life’s good so enjoy it and stop whining!

  • hi, it´s been 8 months since the last update on the Github library, I bought 5 of these 4 months ago and still no news on one of the main features … NO BLE support.

    When is it going to be available via Arduino libraries provided by developer (you guys) ? Because I still feel like I was ripped of with a product that doesn’t provide what it promised … BLE + WIFI Support.

  • Biggest problem is that the battery block BLOCKS the 70 pin connector … meaning that you can’t do a simple portable pong arcade. Perhaps issue could be solved placing a smaller batter on each side of the pcb.

  • Did you find charger specs?

  • Honestly … a U.FL connector is something big that has been missing on these kind of dev boards.

  • Do you have any document that verifies this? If so I think Sparkfun should include this on item descriptions before you buy them…

  • Comparison is OK if you take into account the raspberrypi Zero model which costs U$D 5.

  • Can this block be used in order to extend the internal 4GB of space for programs?

    My problem is that I want to install many python libraries from other projects being used with my pi2 :S

  • HI everyone, are there any plans for realeasing something that includes GPS ? I’m currently developing quads and something like this would be awesome. I know that I can buy the arduino compatible and use them to save time, but something that is ready to fly saves both space and weight for microcopters (less than 500 grams).

    Also, I understand from the specs that this little baby can possibly run OpenCV (3dr seems to be doing it) would you recommend then to use the block-base for the USB support?

    thanks!

No public wish lists :(