ATNGW100 arrives!

2007-07-09T20:33:00

Which is the cheapest Single Board Computer running GNU/Linux? If LinuxDevices.com is to be believed, it is the Atmel ATNGW100 based on a processor having a brand new architecture called the AVR32. I ordered a board from Digikey on 25th Jun - this was my first experience sourcing a part directly from a US distributor. Luckily, there were no problems at all and I got it delivered home by the local post office today - there was a duty of Rs.500. I have a few interesting ideas to implement using my NGW100 - one or two will be for fun and one will be for profit! Keep watching this blog! PS: Justin says Digikey has increased the price from $70 to $89


Pramode C.E

Wed Mar 25 14:56:07 2009

I got it from DigiKey - don't know whether they have it in stock at the moment ... Kit was around 90 dollars + about 30% customs + around 50$ (not sure about this) for FedEx shipping. If you order by FedEx, it will reach your place in India in a week's time without any problems.


Sarth Shah

Wed Mar 25 14:14:14 2009

Dear friend, I,along with my team am planning to order the NGW100 kit from the US vendor.So,I would like to know that from which US vendor you bought this kit.And at the end,how much you paid exactly including cost of the kit,shipping,duty and all other expenses(if any).Also,how many days it had taken? Please help me out.As our project submission deadline is very near now. Regards, Sarth Shah


Sarth Shah

Wed Mar 25 14:16:01 2009

Dear friend, I,along with my team am planning to order the NGW100 kit from the US vendor.So,I would like to know that from which US vendor you bought this kit.And at the end,how much you paid exactly including cost of the kit,shipping,duty and all other expenses(if any).Also,how many days it had taken? Please help me out.As our project submission deadline is very near now. Regards, Sarth Shah...


Pramode C.E

Wed Mar 25 15:02:33 2009

Another thing, it is cheaper if you go for shipping with US post - I was lucky to get it that way - but it might take you longer (maybe even a month...). My advice is to go for FedEx ...

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