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Quick Pics of and Thoughts on the ESP8285

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Well, here it is – one of our readers kindly sent me chips to play with. So first things first – unless you have incredibly small hands there is no way to “play” with these with a soldering iron – but a reflow oven well that’s another matter.

For anyone wondering what this chip is – it is the ESP8266 with 1Mbyte of FLASH embedded in the chip.

Read more here on Pete’s blog for thoughts on what to do with the ESP8255; and if you want to see it in action be sure to watch this video by Charles Lohr.


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