I received my C.H.I.P.s!

The C.H.I.P. project was launched on Kickstarter in May 2015.
This tiny Linux board has two interesting features:

  • it is very cheap ($9 + shipping)
  • it has a USB HOST port and a USB OTG port

The USB OTG port can be programmed to behave as a USB device, which means it can replace the DIY USB adapter!

My first experiments will focus on making serialusb able to use the OTG port using gadgetfs.

11 Replies to “C.H.I.P.”

  1. Do I understand this correctly: this might as well replace the pc/raspberry, so it would be an all in one device (except usb hub)?

          1. I waited 2 years for my G27 to work on my ps4, a few more months should be no problem 🙂

            thanks for your incredible work!

      1. Thanks for all of your work! I used to be a hardware nerd, but real life has kept me from staying current and I’m hoping this project can rekindle that desire to futz with hardware again!

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