ps: wanted to say the rpi team seems very smart in the regularity and smoothness of their product delivery. A nice amount of changes, same price point, reusable form factor, cute surprise annoucements (pizero). Kudos for that.
This portion of the article makes it sound like they have written off C.H.I.P. as a non starter.
I actually received my CHIP back in early January, along with most of the campaign contributors. People are using CHIP today and making things with it. For those that ordered around "black friday" on the getchip.com site, those are expected to ship in June (I have a second order in through there), but the early Kickstarter ones have shipped. They also have more shipping each month.
I'm waiting for mind to ship.
He also talks a little about his ideas for future versions of the board.
How is that, since Pine64 will have same CPU, plus 2GB of RAM, and Gbit ethernet.
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