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PocketScreen - World's smallest Arduino compatible multitool

A project in Ludwigsburg, Germany by Zepsch
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A ready-to-start device that combines a Microcontroller, Color OLED, SD card reader, 3 Buttons, RGB-LED, Charger&possibly a WIFI module
Backers: 532
Average Pledge Per Backer: €54

Funded: €28,830 of €8,500
Dates: May 14th -> Jun 18th (35 days)
Project By: Zepsch
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Thank you!

June 18th - via: kickstarter.com
A big thank you for all your support! 532 Backers have pledged 28.830 Euros for 947 PocketScreens! We have already placed the order for the for the components & SMD parts and we will confirm it as soon as we have tested the final design. We will... (Read More)

Improvements on the PocketScreen and adding WIFI

June 6th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey everybody, since we reached the 20.000 euro stretch goal a few days ago, we have already considered what changes should be made for the new design. We will now announce all planned changes and want you to participate! :) Adding WIFI Here are our... (Read More)

We did it!

May 16th - via: kickstarter.com
100% in less than 48 hours - Incredible! The Arduino community seems to like this little device very much! . We still have over 30 days to go and it looks like we could reach the stretch goals! Thank you very much - We will start to prepare for the... (Read More)

Great first day!

May 15th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey everybody, That was a great first day for the PocketScreen! Over 60 Backers have pledged ~3000€ - 36% of the project is funded!  . THANK YOU! Sincerely,  Zepsch Team  (Read More)

PocketScreen Is an Arduino-Compatible, Multi-Purpose Device That Fits in the Palm of Your Hand

May 15th - via: blog.hackster.io
If you’re just getting started with Arduino, the Uno is a great choice, but it can be relatively large for some projects at roughly 68 x 53mm. Tinier and/or more powerful boards are available such as the Arm-based MKR family, but you’ll most likely need to add other components to come up with a truly interesting project. For an even smaller option that includes the same SAM D21 processor as well as an impressive array of accessories built-in, look no further than the PocketScreen?—?now funding on Kickstarter. (Read More)

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