Friday New Product: Trinkets, Addressabl...

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October 24, 2014

Today is the auspicious day of October 24. It is so important I can't stop thinking about it even when I am preparing my taxes. Wikipedia mentions is as a the Day of All New Products. It is celebrated as a state holiday in Namibia, where it is also known as the day of jackalope. But here now it is the day of  Trinkets, Pogo Pin Probes and addressable LED - and here's the proof:

Adafruit Pro Trinket - 5V 16MHz
$9.95
Keep the UNO's fancy USB connection with none of the size! The Pro Trinket is the Arduino Compatible solution for all of your small project needs.
Pogo Pin Probe Clip
$2.95
This spring-loaded pogo pin clip gives you the flexibility to measure your signals without tying up one of your precious finger support systems.
Addressable WS2812 5mm Through Hole LED - Pack of 5
$2.95
Everyone's favourite addressable LED just went through hole! Get creative with the WS2812 5mm diffused through hole LED.
Adafruit Pro Trinket - 3V 12MHz
$9.95
Keep the UNO's fancy USB connection with none of the size! The Pro Trinket is the Arduino Compatible solution for all of your small project needs.

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