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  1. Product Idea

    Hologram's Dash IoT product

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  3. Product Life Cycle Management

    Please be clear (at the Bazaar) about the difference between "Out of stock" and "obsolete - not sold anymore" because I continue to experience reliability problems with Grove displays. I understand the LCD/OLED components are very sensitive but I have had to replace all my Grove displays sooner rather than later. You have been very kind to support some of these under warranty but for others, given the nominal cost, I went ahead and purchased replacements locally when the salesman told me that once the shop floor inventory is exhausted it will not be replenished since the model is obsolete.…

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  4. It would be great if your ads used proper english, ie: life not live

    It would be great if your ads used proper english, ie: life not live

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  5. not notify the customer that PCB has been shipped unless it has actually been handed over to the courier such as Fedex.

    I got email from you saying my PCB has been shipped in Nov. 2. But Fedex record shows it only received it on Nov. 8, and they delivered it to me the next day, Nov 9. So there is unexplained delay of almost a week. Better to notify me the day you actually handed the PCB over to Fedex as ship date.

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  6. Have you considered making a Grove Interface board for the Micromite computers? These are made in Australia and being cloned in US & UK

    There is a new version of the Micromite called the Explore 100 as well as a new one called the Micromite Plus LCD Backpack both of which would be amendable to a Grove interface. The Explore 100 has two MikroElectronika Interfaces which is not enough and they are too expensive compared to Grove. A grove interface would be fantastic.

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  7. Beagle Bone Green Wireless Without the Dual Stacked USB Connectors

    The Beagle Bone Green Wireless is a great idea for several reasons. One thing I was looking for was to get ride of the bulky Ethernet connector. This is an embedded board that is already big, because of the .1" headers, it is humongous in height because of the Ethernet connector.
    And so when the wireless version came out I was ex-tactic for a second until I realised you added 2 dual stacked USB connectors?!?!
    Please leave the choice to the user to decide whether or not they need that much real estate wasted.

    People who have enough space for…

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  8. Would love to see dust detecting sensors/thin/tiny/slim/sleekish with IoT features.

    Would love to see dust detecting sensors/thin/tiny/slim/sleekish with IoT features. You may ping me if anyone have done any prototyping, POC etc. to me at niha at akkob

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  9. get rid of those stupid Halloween icons

    That is asinine. How do you expect me to take this site seriously

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  10. Gerber Viewer Improvements

    Enable the recognition and online viewing of inner layers on the Gerber Viewer.

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  11. Recommend the option of clicking on RPi, Arduino, Linkit etc so that only the sensors that are currently adapted to that platform show up.

    Recommend the option of clicking on RPi, Arduino, Linkit etc so that only the sensors that are currently adapted to that platform show up. This makes it easier to look for specific sensors or solutions. I know that by clicking on a sensor that it tells the platforms, This is helpful but recommend going one step further - click on platform and see all sensors currently adapted to that platform

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  12. 161206023299

    dont do anything

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  13. Output Job Flie for Altium who ganerate the Gerberfiles

    Output Job Flie for Altium who ganerate the Gerberfiles so everithing is setup correctly for PCB Produktion including the correct milling Layer

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  14. DSO Touch Users Guide in Japanese

    I translated the manual into Japanese.
    See
    http://wp.me/p67nSb-3vv

    Thanx,

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  15. Mobile site displays incorrectly

    On my moto G3, the mobile site displays incorrectly. There is a big white box over the majority of the text, and the font is too small for this screen.

    I sometimes wonder why bother making a mobile site when it's just rubbish?

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  16. Your articles don't make english

    The English in some of your articles doesn't make sense (e.g. http://seeed.cc/Are-these-issues-often-overlooked-in-the-development-of-hardware%3F-t-6200.html). Perhaps ask any native English speaker to make it readable.

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  17. to make a good search field. When I describe a product like 'solar shield' I get all kind of products, even not related to solar!

    to make a good search field. When I search a product like 'solar shield' I get all kind of products, even not related to solar or shield!

    It was good before, but now it's completely messed up!!!!

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  18. Shipping with TNT

    TNT for EU customers is cheaper as DHL and FedEx, UPS but fastrer as EMS

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  19. Special programming board for ESP-xx modules

    All current ESP8266-based boards lack an important feature: the ability to remove the ESP (ESP-01 to ESP-12) module from the programmer board after programming the module.
    A board with specific solderless socket for ESP modules would be very useful.

    But please don't forget to make the board not larger than 23mm or it will not fit into breadboards, like many "fake" boards available now.

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  20. ESP8266 + SDcard + Arduino bootloader = 10$ arduino-compatible standalone datalogger

    The ESP8266 can be re-flashed to allow uploading Arduino skecthes.
    It also has native support for SD card.
    So, a single board which includes ESP8266, an SDcard reader and battery connector would be a cool, wifi and cheap standalone datalogger (no need for external MCU).
    ESP3212, just arrived to the market, even supports Bluetooth!

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