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Hobby electronic components

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Protopic is a site solely dedicated to electronics and prototyping hobbyists. It’s a one touch solution for those who have genuine love for electronics.

Protopic is a site solely dedicated to electronics and prototyping hobbyists. It’s a one touch solution for those who have genuine love for electronics.

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  • 1. Keeping a Store of Hobbyelectronic componentshttp://proto-pic.co.uk/
  • 2. Hobby electronic components• A store of hobby electronic components is necessary to maintain your inventor’s shed for the next time an idea strikes. Having a single kit isn’t really enough – you can quickly use up all the transistors and connectors in the ready made kits you buy from hobbyist sites and stores. http://proto-pic.co.uk/
  • 3. Hobby electronic componentsBut don’t worry – there are plenty of augmentationpacks out there, not to mention the individual bits andpieces that come in handy when you are making thenext million-selling electronic gadget! http://proto-pic.co.uk/
  • 4. Hobby electronic components• You can’t make a good gadget without a few basic hobby electronic components – sensors, connectors, transistors and of course base boards. http://proto-pic.co.uk/
  • 5. Hobby electronic components• As a hobbyist the board you choose to use depends as much on your temperament and the kind of thing you like to build as anything else – and of course the availability of compatible add ons for it. http://proto-pic.co.uk/
  • 6. Hobby electronic components• If you are into building touch screen applications, forexample, then the Fez Panda is a good item to start with, as itsupports its own touch screen (the Fez Touch) – and alsooffers the opportunity for a very smart finish with its own(purchased separately) plastic enclosures. http://proto-pic.co.uk/
  • 7. Hobby electronic componentsThe hobby electronic components you use will, as youbecome more involved in our creativity, be determinedby the end products you want to create. http://proto-pic.co.uk/
  • 8. The more hobby electronic components you have, the more versatility you will find in your inventing and creation! http://proto-pic.co.uk/

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