So I was looking for the smallest (and flattest) possible board based on a powerful MCI. I already have the Digispark Tiny85, which I like very much and I was hoping to find something similar or even smaller but featuring a more powerful chip. I did find some microscopic boards but they had plugs and other stuff soldered to them that made them chunky. Then I found this:
It looks like a Digispark Tiny85 except with a leonardo instead, which would be perfect. Thing is there's this confusing stuff in the description that is throwing me off...
WTF is this stuff and does it matter? Whatever it means, I don't want it. I just want a good old leonardo chip that will do what I tell it to do, not something rigged to be an evil keyboard.
Also, if anybody has owned one of these, your experiences would be much appreciated!