Makers, hobbyists and developers that enjoy building projects using electronic components may be interested in a new range of component layout boards called STEGO. Which allow you to position and re-position multiple components on a single board with ease.
STEGO boards make prototyping and building projects even easier and are available in a wide variety of different sizes depending on your needs and requirements. Watch the video below to more about the full range and their features.
The STEGO BOARD was developed for makers and their projects. Makers are a passionate bunch, and we’ve made a product to help them. We know that your projects take a lot of hardware, that they don’t look nice, and that your cables get everywhere. There’s no easy way to keep things organized. When you’re done the fun parts, you still have to find a way to get the giant spaghetti monster mounted where you need it. What if it was easy to share your projects with the world?
Raspberry Pi makers rejoice! Every Raspberry Pi product currently sold, fits on all STEGO BOARDS. Products that have the same hole patterns as Raspberry Pi products will fit as well! Stacking is the key to keeping your creations compact and organized. You can build cluster Pi’s or simply load the layers up with hard drives. If you need more layers later, add them! It’s simple, modular, symmetrical and sexy.
Other items you can put on a STEGO BOARD are:
• Small Form Factor PC’s that have VESA mount holes.
• Any hard drive or solid state drive
• Any Mini ITX motherboard
• Any video card
• Any SFX power supply (requires zip ties)
STEGO boards is now available to back via Kickstarter with early bird pledges starting from just CA$39 and delivery expected to take place during December 2017. For full specifications and more information jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page via the link below.
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