I wish I had seen the EZSBC ESP32 development board before I bought a few copies of the adafruit version. “Unlike most other boards this one fits on a breadboard and has one row of pins accessible on each side of the board.” I get annoyed trying to breadboard with the more normal adafruit version with the pins .1” too far apart. Also the EZSBC version can run straight off 12V which AFAICT is not true of the adafruit version.
Michael K Johnson April 23, 2017 15:54
I should be clearer, the “more normal adafruit version” meaning “all the more normal versions, such as the adafruit version that I purchased” — I don’t mean to diss adafruit; other than not fitting nicely on a breadboard they are fine.
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