Take a look at dipmicro.com, you can get quite a handful of parts to play with for not much money.
Thanks Liudr. Actually it was one of your earlier posts that led me there.I just ordered a bunch of LEDs & resistors from them for a project.
Hi, I've been looking into getting an arduino and some basic parts to learn with before I go freelance with any projects. Ive seen a few kits on adafriut and sparkfun, but they seem a little basic and overpriced. Should I buy an arduino and then get separate components to assemble my own sort of "kit"? If so, what components should I get? Thanks(By the way I live in the U.S., and have a budget of about 75 or so)
Terry, Crosh,The original post was over a month ago, and never responded to anything.It sucks that we seem to just end up talking to ourselves on a lot of these posts. Crosh, a writeup like yours deserves to be someplace where more people could benefit from it.
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