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Offline hugeone

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Hi My project is live on the Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1673888854/oscilloscope-generator-debugger-multimeter-and-muc



All in one electronics lab

? Oscilloscope
? Waveform Generator
? Power Supply
? Voltmeter
? AVR ISP programmer
? ARM Programmer & Debugger
? Serial to USB Converter
? 8MHz Clock Source
? Frequency meter
? RLC + ESR meter
? 5x Programmable GPIO ports
? 5x PWM Ports
? Diodes & Transistors tester
? I2C to USB converter
? SPI to USB converter
? USART to USB converter




 

Offline Estefania

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Want to know more about where these spaces can be found?

Offline hugeone

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Hi. What spaces?
 

Offline ez24

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I find it interesting that there are not many comments here about this.

The name sounds good but it turns out too generic to be useful.   I did find a YT video but most are hoverboards and vapes.  I am a firm believer that a name can make or break a product.  If possible maybe you could add a word to the end to make it unique.

Your YT video makes me want to scream, I could not watch it.  |O  There is a lot of discussion on this forum about music in electronic videos.  I cannot watch an electronic video made as a music video and most feel the same way.  Why didn't you or someone talk about it?

Getting past these problems - congratulations  :-+  I believe there is a market for these types of products.

Exactly what display do you show?  You say "most" displays but I could not find any firm examples.

Since it seems you met all the funding goals - do you have another project planned?  A suggestion - partner with a tutorial course such as Tron Club (great documentation - poor everything else).  There are several good courses listed in the link below.  I bet you could find a YTer to use your board in their videos if you gave them one.  I may know one if you PM me.  Getting a hardware, parts, software, video, and written material course is rare (nobody that I can find).  Some on the list are getting close and with your board they could fill in all the missing parts.

http://tronclub.com/               has surprisingly good documentation and parts but poor marketing skills

Do you have a web site?  I would like to put you in my List C.  Direct sales?   I suggest you think about selling on Amazon via their warehouse (but the name is a killer).

Keep up the good work and I hope you continue to improve it.
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