Adafruit Top Secret! (Video November 27, 2019) #AdafruitTopSecret #CircuitPython #Adafruit #FromTheVault @Adafruit
From the Vault, news from the Adafruit factory in New York!
Broadcast November 27th, 2019
Adafruit broadcasts the weekly ASK an ENGINEER video show and this is the segment (from the vault) on items or concept products that may/might/could be introduced into the Adafruit store in the future (or not)! It’s not out yet, so please don’t ask questions or ask when it’ll be available.
You may keep an eye on the Adafruit new products list to see what has been put in the store or that may be coming soon.
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