July 2, 2010 AT 1:00 am

Using an iPad to make kits…

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We are seeing this and hearing this from a lot of our customers – one of the many benefits of an Adafruit kit is you get great documentation and it even looks/work great on a tablet-type device – photo by Adafruit customer and group member fell.clutch…

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  1. I recently saw a talk between Adam Savage (Mythbuster) and Mark Frauenfelder (Author, editor of Make). One of them, I don’t remember which, mentioned how they loved using their iPad when working on projects to view spec sheets and plans.

  2. Huh. I did this with my Hackintosh Dell Mini9 – brought the kit docs up and took the netbook out to the garage. I thought everybody did stuff like that 😉

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