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Mkay, final question, I'm pretty sure haha, besides the price could you think of any other possible advantages of one of the Trinkets over this one?
Still gravitating to these feather boards, simply for the fact that they have built in charging for lipo and it doesn't seem any others do. Would this work just as well?https://www.adafruit.com/products/2771
AHH. I see. Well that makes sense; about processing power for sound files.Guess I'll have to go with the gemma or the trinket then....do you know of any other boards that have an on-board charger for the lipo? The more i can consolidate the better.Haha, I wouldnt even call myself a beginner, sounds to high for me, more like complete and total ignorant n00b. haha xP
3xAAA really wouldnt work with this project. Or at least would complicate it and its practicallity. Too big and takes up too much room.
Price tag on the project is already a bit hefty, haha, but its all about how much you're willing to pay for what you want.
Well unless I am missing something...I think I'm going with this one.https://www.adafruit.com/products/2795
Haha, I barely understand alot of this but I think I get the point. The attiny85 is not what I thought it look like. I like what you're saying tho about prototyping as I may mass produce what I'm creating later on a bit more and whatever I can do to lower the price and whatnot would be good.For now tho I'm thinking the Trinket (or something similar, like this digispark PKM suggests) is more then small enough. More then enough. Seems like anyways programming a attiny right now is probably too complex for me at a beginner stage anyways. Plus, the trinket is pretty flat and has the usb to program directly from the computer. I can use the Arduino program to program it right?
Why would I need one board (uno) to program another board(attiny85)?
Also, if I go with a trinket would I want the 3v or 5v one?
Thanks! Gotta put my Graphic Design Degree to use in some way! haha!
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