@user58984 maybe... Not for a while though - everyone seems quite happy with the Pico, and the new WiFi board should provide a similar thing with a little bit more power.
Problem is, the more boards I have, the more things I have to keep in stock. I'll have Espruino, Pico Pinned, Pico Unpinned, WiFi and Puck.js soon - which is quite a lot to juggle.
IMO if I do need to do another, the one most in demand will probably be a small, pinned, Bluetooth LE board.
@allObjects not yet... I still have to sort out a software issue which is stopping the Low Speed external oscillator from working properly - but I don't have time for that until I have the final Puck.js designs sent off to Seeed.
... about final Puck.js design: In https://github.com/espruino/Espruino/blob/master/boards/PUCKJS.py it seems that you will use D4/D5 for the LED1/LED2 and two pins on the right pin header. Is that true? If so, why did you decide this way?
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