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Update #27

Ubertooth One at SparkFun

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Yesterday SparkFun Electronics announced availability of Ubertooth One:

http://www.sparkfun.com/

If you are just getting into electronics or would like to, SparkFun is an excellent place to shop. My first Ubertooth prototype was built with a development board from SparkFun. It is the fourth online retailer to carry Ubertooth One and is the world's largest open source hardware company.

I couldn't be happier with the four outlets now carrying Ubertooth One. This is a product for a special audience, and I have a hard time imagining anyone better able to reach that audience:

http://hakshop.com/

http://rfidiot.org/

http://www.sharebrained.com/

http://www.sparkfun.com/

This is the last of the four outlets I established a relationship with during the Kickstarter period. Going forward, the best place to find information about where to purchase Ubertooth One will be the Great Scott Gadgets site:

http://greatscottgadgets.com/

The Kickstarter phase of this project is slowly winding down. I have a handful of packages to prepare this weekend, and another handful of backers still haven't submitted their shipping addresses. If your address was in on time, you are located in the United States, and you still haven't received your reward package, let me know. If you are in a different country, give it another week and then let me know. The amount of time needed to get through customs seems to have varied considerably even for recipients in the same country.

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      Creator lasinir on June 16, 2011

      Got my 2 ubertooths today in the mail here in Australia. Planning to try them out soon on BT5.

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    and receive an Ubertooth One printed circuit board that you can use to build your own Ubertooth One or keep as a souvenir. You will also receive a single-use laser-cut stencil to make the assembly process easier.

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    and receive a printed circuit board and stencil for building your own Ubertooth One. In addition, you'll receive a fully assembled and tested pogoprog, a serial programming device that you can use to load firmware onto your Ubertooth One.

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    and receive one assembled and tested Ubertooth One plus one special Kickstarter Edition Ubertooth One featuring the LPC1759 processor, an enclosure, and a special antenna.

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    and receive one assembled and tested Ubertooth One plus one special Kickstarter Edition Ubertooth One featuring the LPC1759 processor, an enclosure, and a special antenna. This is the same as the $220 reward, but I was able to open up a few more slots.

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