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Message started by brianf on 02/09/07 at 22:28:49

Title: Two sources for U.S. buyers
Post by brianf on 02/09/07 at 22:28:49
Maximum Robotics in Redmond WA:

http://maximumrobotics.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=28

Spark Fun Electronics in Boulder CO (also sells Arduino) :

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=744

Title: Re: Two sources for U.S. buyers
Post by barragan on 02/10/07 at 02:37:16
You can also get them directly from us, just send a mail to hbarragan[at]uniandes.edu.co to make arrangements.

Title: Re: Two sources for U.S. buyers
Post by jt on 07/04/07 at 04:39:09

brianf wrote on 02/09/07 at 22:28:49:
Maximum Robotics in Redmond WA:
http://maximumrobotics.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=28

I got mine from there.  Ask for Jim K.  He's very nice and incredibly helpful.

Title: Re: Two sources for U.S. buyers
Post by Vaccumdiode2 on 07/09/07 at 17:02:43
Hi, Everyone!
         
         I ordered mine from Maximum Robotics.  I ordered it off there web site.  it cost me $73 and some change with shipping.  I recieved it in 3 days after ordering.  I came with a CD with Wiring 0011.   I'm using Wiring 0012.

Rich

Title: Re: Two sources for U.S. buyers
Post by mpayson on 01/16/08 at 07:14:23
FYI, that link doesn't work anymore. We've upgraded our shopping cart software, & the link changed. Here's the new link:

http://www.maximumrobotics.com/store/p/881-Wiring-I-O-Board.aspx

Mike,
MaximumRobotics.com

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