I'm afraid we've been a bit busy to post much in the last few days:
We've also been testing our latest prototype. After changing one small part of the board it works perfectly. It's still using more power than we'd like though, so we'll be doing one more revision - and we've taken the opportunity to make a few more improvements based on your feedback.
For instance a few of you posted up to mention the use of Mini USB, and that you wanted Micro USB instead. We've also added a self-resetting fuse, so you'll be able to power your projects directly from your computer or USB power supply without worrying what happens if you wire them up wrong!
We're now over 150% funded which is amazing! However the more we get, the more we'll be able to do, so our next goal is:
£50000 - Wireless networking with CC3000 WiFi
We won't be producing a WiFi shield (we've got to focus on Espruino itself) but we will be adding support for the CC3000 into the Espruino board's software before it's shipped out to you. This means you'll be able to buy a pre-made module (from AdaFruit for example), plug it in, and have instant internet access.
The Espruino software already implements an HTTP client and server on the Raspberry Pi, and when we're finished you'll be able to use just the same code on the Espruino Board!