🦃🍠🥧 post turkey prototype bring up: qt py esp32-s2! plus…pink feather rp2040’s in the shop now :) 🦃🍠🥧
we are STUFFED with delicious food and what better way to spend that post-yam bliss than bring up a prototype? you may know our samd21 based qt py and rp2040 qt py…but did you know about the esp32-s2 qt py? oh yeah! its wifi enabled, with 4MB of flash, 2MB of psram and we’re slowly bringing up the hardware while making all the board support definitions. here’s a neopixel swirl demo in arduino. we’ll test circuitpython next. oh and…don’t forget, we’ve got 20% everything in the feather category at https://adafruit.com/feather AND when you order 99$ or more, you get a FREE PINK FEATHER RP2040! https://www.adafruit.com/product/5299 & video.
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