Have you ever spent too much trying to get a design project off the ground? Ever imagined what it would be like if your next project didn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg? Tired of having to redevelop an entire design once you need to make a lot of them?
If you are anything like me when I first got into hobby electronics, you have probably spent enough money that you don’t even want to think about it. I know I did. I bought development board after development board, until finally I had to throw my hands up and try something different.
Several months and thousands of dollars later in an effort to save myself money, I had spent my way into having enough equipment and software to program a microchip from scratch. I thought finally I had it down, it was going to be smooth sailing from then on right?
The Versalino™ may make you think twice about giving up on your next project.[/stextbox]
Wrong! The next problem popped up and I just couldn’t do it anymore. It was all too much to handle. The stress of not being able to figure out how to do things I did easily on a development board and strain on my wallet ultimately killed my dreams of making loads of automated gizmos in my house for many years to follow.
In fact, just to solve a couple of simple problems, I ended up pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering. However, after I started Virtuabotix LLC, I thought to myself… Why should anyone have to get a degree just to make a robot behave? Why should hobbyists find themselves alone wandering through the wastelands of the internet, just to take one step forward, and two steps back.
As I had the opportunity to work with inventors, co-workers, and students I realized maybe I wasn’t the only one who had this problem. I began to ponder… what if there was a way fix it? So we sat down and set out to come up with something better.
Originally our goal was simple, a design that allowed the user to program in a popular development board language, while keeping the overall cost as low as possible. Yet, when we sat down and talked about it everything we wrote down just didn’t seem good enough. So we set aside everything we knew about what a development board was. Instead we asked the question “What can’t I do with a regular development board?” A simple question right? But, that’s when things started getting interesting.
[stextbox id=”info”]So ask yourself…
- Why can’t I pay for just what I need. Maybe the development board is worth that much, but I don’t need all the bells and whistles. I just need what I need.
- Why does every device have to connect to all of the pins of my micro-controller? Why can’t I pick where things belong on my next build?
- Why can’t I design my device on a development platform and take it straight to production? I shouldn’t have to design my own board for production, I am not an Electronics Manufacturing or Design House. [/stextbox]
Once we had these questions on the table we set out to answer them through one by one. As it turns out the answer is there is NO GOOD REASON for any of these things. So it became our mission to solve these problems through design. The result took a lot of work to get to, but what we eventually create was well worth the long hours of testing design after design until we finally came to the one that spoke to us.
[stextbox id=”black”]What we designed was not a development board… No it was much more, it was a development to production platform! A vehicle for success just waiting for it’s next passenger. This sleek design packed a serious punch, while providing a solution to every problem we set out to fix.[/stextbox]
The Versalino™ is the first in a line of boards designed to make it possible for anyone with the gumption to go for it to get their next project done on budget and in time. Finally! You can afford to share your creations with the world, and if it turns out you need a lot more of these bad boys you won’t break bank getting them directly through Virtuabotix LLC.
So if the dread of your next development board purchase has you paralyzed with fear. Don’t worry, there is a way out. In addition, you don’t even have to get that Electrical Engineering degree anymore! These handy little boards are programmed with the Arduino™ Bootloader, and ready to go to action for you straight out of the box!
Act now while supplies last, these bad boys are finding there way into countless projects, and I would hate for you to have to wait before you can use it in yours. The Versalino™is a highly versatile platform just waiting for you to let it save you time and money. The Versalino™ is manufactured in the USA and like all of our products there is a 90 day 100% satisfaction guarantee. We stand by our products quality so that you can stand by yours.
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Compatible with the code you have already developed in the ARM or Arduino™ IDE, making it an ideal drop in replacement for large deployments of your design.
Get bulk discounts, and the option to request custom component values be used to meet the specific needs of your next design.
Unique bus structure that saves on design space, and allows for easy access to Micro-processor and power resources without the need for complex wiring or design routing.
Know that when you design your load board, it will always work, because each port is identically structured, but completely isolated. Over are the days of wondering if you are using the same chip select or control pin as someone else!
So if you need an army of robot minions at your beck and call, or just want your next project to have more room to expand. Don’t worry we’ll be right there by your side, helping you take over the world one Versalino™ at a time. And with a 90 day 100% satisfaction guarantee with 1 year warranty on parts and labor, worry can be the last thing on your mind.
Versalino™ Uno by Virtuabotix LLC is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.