The normal lily-pad is too big, and the mini is pretty much the exact same as the femtoduino, I want a custom board that I have glory rights over. I can do it myself, but it will take me an extra week of solid work.
To clarify,The ArduWatch is not a watch in the normal sense. The watch from Sparkfun tells time, this is a MCU on your wrist.
The Femtoduino is a bare-bones Arduino system that i want to upgrade for the functionality and form factor I need. The lily-pad is something i'm not familiar with and currently I want to focus on what I have.Yes I would love to have assistance in designing a PCB for use exclusively with the ArduWatch (that's what I meant by glory rights).
If I have a PCB design that is tailored exactly for my needs, it speeds up production time greatly. I plan on mass producing these watches, so buying pre-assembled anything greatly increases the overhead cost.
For example, a Femtoduino costs about $25 to order and ship, but the parts list only contains about $8 worth of parts (Cheaper if they are purchased in bulk.)
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