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ESPRESSOBin is a high performance 64 bit dual core low power consuming networking computing platform based on the ARMv8 architecture
ESPRESSOBin is a high performance 64 bit dual core low power consuming networking computing platform based on the ARMv8 architecture
536 backers pledged $53,339 to help bring this project to life.
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      ovi horvat on

      Hi guys,

      I've backed this project:
      Loaded ESPRESSObin unit with a preprogrammed 4GB uSD card, Wi-Fi module via the miniPCIe connector, and 2GB of DDR3 DRAM. Includes a 12V power supply. To be honest with you slowly but sureley I'm losing my patience in receiving this piece. Is there a way you can speed up the process and ship the units to us?

      Thank you

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      ovi horvat on

      Hi guys,

      I've backed this project:
      Loaded ESPRESSObin unit with a preprogrammed 4GB uSD card, Wi-Fi module via the miniPCIe connector, and 2GB of DDR3 DRAM. Includes a 12V power supply. To be honest with you slowly but sureley I'm losing my patience in receiving this piece. Is there a way you can speed up the process and ship the units to us?

      Thank you

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      kalebskeithley on

      I order two 2G wifi boards on separate pledges. Have received the board from the other pledge. Several days have gone by and I still haven't received this one. How do I find out the status. Thanks

    4. Joe Greene on

      YAY! Thank you for restoring some of my faith.. This is the first tech kickstarter I've backed that actually came through on the reward!

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      Eran Collaborator on

      David, we saw your question in the forum, it was posted few hours ago, we already replied back.
      Please let us know if you have further questions.

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      Marc Zyngier on

      Any update on the shipment of the 2GB boards?

    7. Globalscale Technologies Inc Creator on

      Hi Chanseok,

      yes we identified the issue and fixed with a firmware update for the 2GB DRAM

    8. Chanseok Kang
      Superbacker
      on

      Thanks for the update. So you mean that root cause for 2GB pledge is solved?