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Very nice and well designed! Plan to buy more of these for other projects.
The arduino library is not update to the new standards. So impossible to import it
Use these for models I build they work amazingly!
Tv amusante à monter, amuse mon arrière petite fille. 9 euros ç payer en plus à la réception non prévu au départ.
I actually carry it on me both to amuse my friends and help me destress. its got a surprisingly good number of games the community has made for it. theres very little like playing Thoom (thumby doom) on such a small screen.
This thing is SUPER cool. The fact it's a key-chain sized Gameboy that functions is astonishing. That said, it's actually too small for me to play on for much time at all! Overall a very very cool piece of tech, but it's definitely more of a novelty than a thing to actually play games on
Beautiful and works just as described! Only A and B buttons are sometimes not as intuitive as I would like (A No, B Yes) but it always shows what they do. All in all just what I ordered. Ps. This is TINY!!!!
It's smaller than my thumb but it plays whole-ass rogue, space invaders, and doom.
I feel like a character in Sky: Children of the Light where players can carry their own instrument as they travel around. I can play Zelda's lullaby on this. haha Such a cool purchase for a low price. Highly recommend! (^_^)
I'm impressed with how this tv was designed, I enjoyed putting it together, but I had to make sure I was really careful with putting it together since it is fragile. Instructions were clear and helpful. I showed it to my co-worker who is a teacher, and he thought it was something cool to try out with his students.
Our daughter loved it. She’s obsessed with it and her “tiny TV.” Next up… science fair!
It works like a charm an is very smooth. If you have a cable to connect it to your computer you can play so many games. Also the clear version shows the true technical wonder of this machine.
Had previously purchased 6 kits for grandchildren. Charger does a great job. greatest challenge is storage.
I got a thumby for my boyfriend and I and we love them! I'm getting into programming and this is a fun like toy to play with.
The Tiny Lily USB adapter is required to load a program into the Tiny Lily Mini processor. This work it does quite well.
I want to give one additional hint, however: After working with it for a while I experienced that one of the pins of the female connector could lose connection. Therefore I fix the connector to the board before first use by a piece of tape. This way it cannot move and the connection holds for a long time.
Maybe not required for wearables, however, I solder the Tiny Lily Mini on a board, as it has such small dimensions in comparison to other processor boards:
Smaller than the various Arduinos you may get, as e.g. Arduino Nano, Arduino Pro Mini, etc.