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ArduinoIndia

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I have not found any other seller for Freeduino/Arduino in India. Buying from US/UK is much more expensive because of shipping charges and customs duty imposed by the Indian Govt.


Now it's available at http://www.deccanrobots.com/ListProducts.asp?catID=11&type=Arduino---Freeduino

Also there are couple of others...

SmileyMicros

An Arduino Projects Kit (and The book: An Arduino Workshop) is available from www.smileymicros.com and Nut&Volts
FREE TUTORIAL: 'Quick Start Guide for Using the WinAVR C Compiler with ATMEL's AVR Butterfly' AVAILABLE AT: http://www.smiley

Becky

What else do I need to use the Earthshine kit in the US?

CowJam

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Jun 07, 2010, 05:20 pm Last Edit: Jun 07, 2010, 05:57 pm by cowjam Reason: 1
Since you mention earthshine I'll say that I ordered some kit on 28 May and haven't heard anything since (my paymeny went but my order hasn't been processed).

MC Mike hasn't been online here this month, so I guess he's on holiday or something. It's a relief to see hairlocks had a similar experience, I was getting a little worried at the lack of response.

edit: I've got home to find an email telling me my order has been shipped :)

pracas

Hi,

Check out our kit (no arduino)
http://simplelabs.co.in/drupal/content/arduino-quick-starter-kit

and clone board
http://www.simplelabs.co.in/drupal/content/induino-low-cost-arduino-usb-clone-board

Let me know of any comments. There is another variant of this coming out soon.

Cheers,
Pracas
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