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December 16, 2010 AT 12:02 am

11% off! – Chumby Hacker Board – v1.0 TODAY ONLY

Up To 11

Each day during the week we’re going to have a sale on one (or more) items in our store week days 12/6 through 12/21. Just tune in to the site, or twitter or our RSS feed each day for the code that will give you 11% off.

WHAT DID YOU SAY? 11% OFF WITH CODE?

The items will all go to eleven % off. Each day, eleven, eleven, eleven and… It’s not ten. You see, most places, you know, will be doing sales at 10% off. They’re stuck on 10% off – Where can they go from there? Where? Nowhere. Exactly. What we do is, if we need that extra push over the cliff, you know what we do? Put it up to eleven.

With all that said, today’s 11% off item is the Chumby Hacker Board – v1.0. Use the code CHUMBY on checkout and get the Chumby Hacker Board – v1.0 for 11% off, this is the best deal online and the only time we’ll have this item on sale. Today only! 12:01am ET to 11:59pm ET 12/16/2010


11% off! – Chumby Hacker Board – v1.0 TODAY ONLY

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Chumby Hacker Board – v1.0. The Chumby Hacker Board is a cool single board Linux computer that has much of the same hardware as the famous Chumby One. It’s great for people who are experienced with Linux and want to have the power of a microcomputer with audio and video output while at the same time getting all the peripherals of a microcontroller such as analog-to-digital conversion, PWM outputs, sensors, bit twiddling, and broken-out GPIOs!

While we believe that the CHB is a fairly easy-to-use Single Board Computer, having a pre-installed OS on the included uSD card and drivers for the peripherals, it’s not designed for beginners! The board is best used by those with previous Linux experience. The good news is you don’t have to have another Linux computer to set up the CHB but you should have familiarity with shells and shell scripting, gcc, make, dmesg, etc. We also suggest having had some poking around with microcontrollers such as BASIC Stamp, Arduino, AVR, PIC, 8051, etc. So that when we say “i2c” and “not 5v tolerant I/Os” you can follow along.

This is the v1.0 release, slightly updated from the Beta. This version does not have ‘Arduino’ headers on the back anymore, since they were not terribly useful. Instead, the 0.1″ header breakout has been expanded to include more useful pins. This makes the CHB slimmer but just as useful. The SD card has been doubled in size.


Today’s 11% off item is the Chumby Hacker Board – v1.0. Use the code CHUMBY on checkout and get the Chumby Hacker Board – v1.0 for 11% off, this is the best deal online and the only time we’ll have this item on sale. Today only! 12:01am ET to 11:59pm ET 12/16/2010

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