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New Arduino retail packaging in @radioshack

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New Arduino retail packaging in @radioshack – thanks Jon! We saw a preview of the boxes awhile ago, they are BEAUTIFUL!


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4 Comments

  1. Nice. I hope my radioshack gets these soon. Went in there yesterday and all they had were starter kits & bundles.

  2. I sort of like the small boxes they normally come in.

  3. I have seen these at my local Radioshack I was not only pleasantly surprised, the packaging was very nice.

  4. Thanks to a Radio Shack gift card and a $10 off coupon, I came home yesterday with a Arduino Uno and the Proto Shield. In college I was messing around with an Intel 8080 development board and got all geeked up when I was able to make a light blink with it. Now, 30 years later, I’m making lights blink again and still getting that geeked up feeling. Of course, that was just after the first 5 minutes… and I’ve got 30 years of catching up to do!

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