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Intel Microcontroller D2000 MCU KIT - $15.00 + ship

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Xtreme Barton

Jan 17, 2004
Intel D2000 Microcontroller Kit - Pre Order 15.00 + Ship (approx. 23.00 total depending on ship method)

Arrow.com & Mouser.com have them for pre-order. I am thinking worst case scenario is the stated 4 week lead time from factory. I believe mouser has a shipment coming early may. How many I have no clue but check out their page and send some emails or live chat for more info.

You can search intel's webpage for more information


Those of you who are interested should note that a new version of Raspberry Pi Zero ($5.00 Microcontroller) will be released shortly with a new feature (unknown at this time).
Also I would suggest checking out Kickstarter as new product ideas are popping up all the time !!


Seems that Arrow has some in stock right now but its very limited .. want to say less than 20 now from them ..
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Quick update :

Mouser is shipping my order on 21st ... Arrow is processing and is expected to ship asap !! :clap:
Thanks for this! I am definitely in the market for one. I've been on sparkfun of late for Audrino based sensors, this would make a nice addition to my budding microcontroller hobby!
No prob !! Got mine a couple days ago and looking more into the spec sheets I am absolutely thrilled I ordered a couple of these. I peeked at intels IDE last night too and I think this will be quite easy to get fired up and going !! Cant wait to see the market explode !!

Update for orders - Arrow.com sent mine out and got here first. I have no idea if they have anymore. Mouser Is backordered for a ship date of May 09, 2016.
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Broke down and ordered one off Mouser. Have a few days to come up with ideas to play around with it.
Is there a site with project ideas? I've been curious about getting a Raspberry Pi for a few years now but could never figure out what I'd use it for (perhaps a mini HTPC now that they are very capable of doing HD video).