Royal Bastards

WiPi Wireless Bridge for Raspberry Pi

A project in Port Matilda, PA by rwinscot
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Wisely wield your Pi without wasting watts and without wires. Wear it, wrangle it, whistle while you do it... wirelessly with WiPi.
Backers: 113
Average Pledge Per Backer: $106

Funded: $11,986 of $1,600
Dates: Nov 1st -> Nov 22nd (22 days)
Project By: rwinscot
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