Orcatrainer has put up some more of my stuff, this time we've got a series of Skunkboards coming (6 total, all slightly different
and most unique in some way). They're all tested and verified. He has the first two up here:
eBay Auction -- Item Number: 150795655874
--Skunkboard Revision 3 prototype. This is the rev 2 board that I hacked up to prove the Rev 3 was going to work, complete with the retro shell (but I put a nice label overtop of the torn up one that was there. ). If nobody buys it like this we'll repackage it in a nice shell, but I figured leaving it open proves it's the prototype, cause you can see the wiring.
eBay Auction -- Item Number: 150795632262
--This is the vinyl Sinistar sticker/decal, almost 13 inches on a side. I bought two when I did up my Neato robot in case I ruined one trying to figure it out, but the first one did the trick, so I don't need the other one.
He's only going to post two boards at a time, but these two are probably the most interesting ones. There are a couple of bare boards (including a Rev 1) and there are a couple of boards fully packaged in shells. I'll update as more go up.
In addition to that, I've got a handful of spare vinyl Skunkboard labels, sized to fit on a Jaguar shell, that I did up. First come first serve, just IM me. $5 each or 3 for $10 via Paypal. I've got about 20 available.
Next Skunkboard is up, this is a unique item, I refurbished one of the Rev 2 boards that was returned to me using a Rev 1 Flash chip, so it's a 4MB, high speed writable Skunkboard with a Rev 2 PCB. (The flash is about 20% faster than the Rev 2). I went the extra step of installing it into a shell with a little pigtail, like I'd seen a couple of other people do, and adding one of the Skunkboard labels I had made.
For development, the Rev 1 boards are the absolute best due to the higher flash speed, unless you need the extra space, of course. Either way, this one is unique and there will not be another one like it. Starting bid is $65.
For those curious, there is also an 8MB version coming in a shell like this one.
Next Skunkboard is up! This is a rev 1 prototype - one of the very first ones off the manufacturing line! Comes with a label as well, but no shell.
The boards are going for super cheap. If you want a Skunkboard but have felt that they are too expensive, it's hard to beat the single-bid $65 that the last one went for. Broken boards sell for more than that!!
Man im sad i missed this,lol. I already have a skunk, it just would have been pretty sweet to have it in the shell with the label. Any chance you'd have an extra shell/label you could sell me that i could fit a rev.3 in?
I still have plenty of labels (well, six left ) at $5 each or 3 for $10. I can probably spare a shell, I dunno what it's worth though - I'll say $5 because it makes the shipping much more of a hassle than the labels, which I can just drop in an envelope.
You would still need to get a USB extension cable that fits the Skunkboard's port, and you'll have to do some mods to the shell to fit the cable and the Skunkboard (the ones that I sold had the USB-A ports removed so that they would fit cleanly in the shell, otherwise you have to cut holes for them to fit, as they make the board slightly too thick for the shell to close.)
Anywhere that sells USB cables. There's nothing special about it, just a standard mini-B (data) cable. I would recommend a shielded cable, not the cheapest possible Chinese knock-off, but otherwise, yeah.