I did an unboxing and a little demo with the latest HackerBox.
Here is the official list of contents from the Instructable:
- HackerBoxes #0029 Collectable Reference Card
- Exclusive HackerBoxes Zipper Case
- Portable 5V Soldering Iron
- ProMicro ATmega32U4 5V 16MHz
- OLED 0.91 Inch Display 128×32 I2C
- Four Key Pushbutton Module
- Six LED Debug Module
- AT24C256 I2C EEPROM Module
- 400 Point Solderless Breadboard
- Jumper Wire Bundle
- Set of Mini Grabber Clips
- Solder Wick 2mm by 1.5m
- MicroUSB Cable
- MiniUSB Cable
- Precision Driver Set
- Exclusive Phone Phreak Decal Exclusive
- Exclusive 8bit Dragon Keychain
I really like the idea behind this box. I’ve already rolled up more solder to keep in my kit and will have to think about what else to put in there. Maybe some potentiometers. It’s nice getting a microcontroller I don’t have yet.
I started a GitHub repo with some example code using all of the modules.
I had pretty much decided I was going to cancel my subscription so #0030 would be my last box. I think I mentioned recently about cancelling my AdaBox subscription, that I have accumulated a pretty decent collection of microcontrollers and other components. I spend a lot of time catching up on all of these boxes when I could be using that time to build projects from my own list of ideas, which is quite large. After getting #0029 though I think I’ll stick it out for longer and see how it goes.
Update: I made some customizations to my kit.
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