We've had a few questions about what Espruino will be like to use, and we thought we'd try and cover it in a bit more detail - in video form. You may need to make it HD and fullscreen to see what's being typed though:
While we didn't mention it in the video, when Espruino is doing something you can just unplug the computer and (assuming there's a battery connected) it'll keep working just as before!
Some of you were asking for some more detailed pictures too. There are some full-res (although slightly blurry) pictures below. However please be aware that these are rev 1.1 boards, and rev 1.2 will have changed significantly (micro USB, different regulator, and a slightly stepped-back JST connector):
We're still moving full speed ahead - we've now got 20 PCB prototypes on order, some of which will go out to those who requested the developer rewards, and we've been working hard on the software.
We've also just received a prototype RGB-123 module from Ryan (also on KickStarter) and it's a lovely bit of kit. Espruino's Graphics library works brilliantly with it... We haven't had time to edit the video yet, but we'll edit and upload it tomorrow.