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Teagueduino is an open source electronic board that allows you to realize creative ideas without soldering or knowing how to code.
Teagueduino is an open source electronic board that allows you to realize creative ideas without soldering or knowing how to code.
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    1. Charles Wood on May 3, 2013

      Im having same issue. Teague refuses to answer Tweets or emails. What a waste of money.

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      Matthew Gruba on April 30, 2013

      Anyone know what happened to the website? is not loading anymore.

    3. Jose Peleteiro on March 30, 2012

      I'm still waiting for mine. How do I get in touch with you guys? My email is jose (at) peleteiro dot net

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      Ian A. on March 9, 2012

      If anybody's interested in purchasing an unused Teagueduino Extra I/O kit (I had pledged $260) please contact me at ian at atha dot io.

    5. Teague Creator on February 3, 2012

      Not too much detail yet, but here's some info to get you started wiring up your own inputs/outputs:…

      Cheers :)

    6. Chris Willis on February 3, 2012

      Does anyone know how to make new sensors for the Teagueduino?

    7. Chris Willis on January 2, 2012

      Great work, guys. Very excited to play with it!

    8. Teague Creator on December 23, 2011

      Tim, Dan, Martin,
      Good to know the kits are making it! Thanks for the heads up :D
      We still have a long ways to go—lots of reference material and tutorials to make!
      But maybe after a brief respite over the holidays... :)

    9. Martin on December 23, 2011

      Hi there. It arrived today in the UK. Thanks for the effort put in. Looking forward to playing with it over the holidays.


    10. Dan Phillips on December 23, 2011

      Same as Tim, got mine today in the UK, and all looks good!
      Thanks to everyone at Teague!

    11. Tim Nicholls on December 23, 2011


    12. Teague Creator on December 20, 2011

      Kevin, should be back up now. Not sure why that's happening, but we're looking into it.

      Craig, thanks for the heads up! We were a little uncertain about those glue dots, but the next step up in tackiness was "permanent" and we figured we should go a step down from that :) But you're right, in the long term a flap/die-cut solution would probably be ideal.

      Luckily the board is pretty rugged and everyone's should be in good shape. But if anyone has an issues out of the box, be sure and let us know!

    13. Craig Dunn
      on December 19, 2011

      Just wanted to share that my package arrive today... Still in the unboxing phase, but happy that it arrived! First impression, though...the teagduino board itself was rolling around loosely when I opened the box. It seemed to have come unattached from the adhesive "dots" that look like they were meant to hold it to the Getting Started cardboard insert. You obviously can't control the shipping system and all the machines and hands that handle the box, but you might want to reconsider how the board is contained during shipping....maybe have some small flaps (2 or 4) cut into the cardboard so that the PCB is held like a business card in a fancy presentation folder?

      Anyway, more to come... Hope everyone else's (at least Stateside) will be showing up in the coming days. Another Kickstarter project based in China sent their rewards out which I finally got today...12 days, International folks - I feel your pain coming from the opposite direction. :-)

    14. Kevin Chin on December 19, 2011

      I think there's an issue with the website, it appears to be down...

    15. Aldaron
      on December 18, 2011

      How are Teagueduino and Arduino related? What translates from Teagueduino to Arduino? The relevant section in the reference ("Migrating to Arduino and Beyond") is blank. In particular what code, and will the IDE work with an Arduino board?

    16. Teague Creator on December 15, 2011

      Everything is on it's way! (*Whew*)

      Be sure to share what you start making once it shows up! We're excited to see what everyone makes!

    17. Corey
      on December 14, 2011

      SSSOooooooo excited these are all out now... can't wait to start playing!!!

    18. Craig Dunn
      on December 13, 2011

      @Teague & Team: were you guys successful in getting everything out the door last Friday per the comment below from a week ago?

      Thanks on behalf of a lot of eager hackers/tinkerers/coders!

    19. Teague Creator on December 6, 2011

      Website is back up!

      You currently can't make system calls or read files, but that's definitely something worth looking into.

      As for shipping, everything should be out the door by Friday! International and all, even though customs does love giving us extra paperwork to do :)

    20. Tim Nicholls on December 6, 2011

      Hope you guys aren't leaving all the international shipments until last...


    21. Martin on December 6, 2011

      Hi your web site seems to have gone down? I was hoping to look at the teagueduino language to see if you could make system calls from it or even read files?

    22. Martin on December 5, 2011

      Any news on international deliveries

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      Neerav Agrawal on November 26, 2011

      When will I get my Teagueduino ??? getting impatient :)

    24. Martin Haeberli on November 22, 2011

      So, when will it ship? Looking forward to getting ours to play with! :-)

    25. Teague Creator on October 14, 2011

      Thanks, Mark! It's all you guys who got us there. We can't wait to get these things built, shipped, and in your hands! :)

    26. Mark Greene on October 14, 2011

      You guys rock. So glad to see you blasted through your goal and hit such a high number!

    27. Alberto Bustillos on September 28, 2011

      Can´t wait to have mine :D

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      Rob Napier on September 16, 2011

      Great project guys. One of my sons is a huge Snap Circuits fan. This is just the thing he'd love.

    29. Michael Arquin on September 12, 2011

      Mike from kidwind here look forward to trying to integrate this stuff with our educational wind kits and solar stuff...looks great.

    30. Charles Wood on September 12, 2011

      Excited about this!