Giveaway Week – ESP32 PICO Kit v3 Boards

Orange Pi Development Boards

I don’t have one, but eight boards to give away to four winners (2 each) with Espressif Systems ESP32 PICO Kit v3 board based on ESP32-PICO-D4 SIP, an all-in one package with ESP32, 4MB SPI flash, crystal oscillator, and passive components, which allows for smaller boards.

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The board is very similar to any other ESP32 boards, and software compatible, but it’s just quite thinner, and easier to work with on breadboards. Since I had already played with Arduino Core and Espruino (JavaScript) on other boards, I used one of the 10 boards provided by Espressif to play with Micropyhon on ESP32.

Each winner will get two ESP32 PICO Core board in order to make it worthwhile with regards to shipping costs.

To enter the draw simply leave a comment below. Other rules are as follows:

  • Only one entry per contest. I will filter out entries with the same IP and/or email address.
  • Contests are open for 48 hours starting at 10am (Bangkok time) every day. Comments will be closed after 48 hours.
  • Winners will be selected with random.org, and announced in the comments section of each giveaway.
  • I’ll contact the winners by email, and I’ll expect an answer within 24 hours, or I’ll pick another winner.
  • Shipping
    • $4 for registered airmail small packet for oversea shipping payable via Paypal within 48 hours once the contest (for a given product) is complete.
    • If Paypal is not available in your country, you can still play, and I’ll cover the cost of sending the parcel by Sea and Land (SAL) without registration if you win.
  • I’ll post all 10 prizes at the same time, around the 8th of November
  • I’ll make sure we have 10 different winners, so if you have already won a device during this giveaway week, I’ll draw another person.

Good luck!

The boards above are not for sale yet, but the similar ESP32-PICO motherboard is sold for $16 on Tindie. Alternatively, you could contact Espressif Systems, if you are interested in getting ESP32 PICO Core samples.

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Ptheven
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Good Luck Everybody (=

Paul Robertson
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I enjoy your blog – keep it up.

Migsu
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I hope I win this time.

Jessie Kropp
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I love reading your updates daily. Keep up the great work. Looking forward to many more articles.

Carlos Santos
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Count me in!

Eric
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Count me in !!!
Thanks

Jimmy
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Count me in !

Vijay
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In!

John
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I especially like the breadboard-friendly narrowness.

memeka
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nice

Walter
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I’m in.

Ved Vernekar
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These would be great for some home automation projects!

Alberto
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Good.

arina nuha
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can’t say no

Jim St
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Ok

Rob Hart
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Thanks again!

Kebab
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Am I too late?

Ahmet ERGAN
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I’m in 🙂

mahesh
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Hope i Win

Anjin Meili
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Best wishes to all!

Joseph Choo
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i’m in

Paco Garcia
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I love all ESP32 for IOT. I agree very much your Post.

Thanks!!

Sandiep
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Count me in !!!

acml
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Count me in. Thanks!

Mars
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Big fan of the blog!

James Ostrowick
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Would really like to win this 🙂

Syphos
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Thanks for the invite

Arnon Hadas
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I want one!!

Kkk
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Thanks

Andrey S
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Let’s go

Dainis
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Nice! Count me in also!

skmov
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I’m in!

Mira
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Thank you for this opportunity to win.

Andres Chacon
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Why not

Craig Hissett
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These boards look fantastic!
I have a few Arduino projects that I’ve been looking to switch to ESP32 and these boards are just perfect.

petur
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ESP32 rules

Felix
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Great Blog!! I am in.

Caio
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I’m in!

Rahul
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Lets try..!!

Hans Otten
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Great idea!

Nitin B
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Count me in!

Marco Martinez
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Count on me to participate

Marco Martinez
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I want to participate

Enrico Tolotto
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I’m in

MiloshCZ
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HI, I would like to get one ESP32 kit. You make good work.

Roman
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I could finish an interesting non-profit social project using these.

Dim
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It seems many people are moving to ESP32, but in my opinion this is quite disputable solution. ADC problems, no full SDK support of hardware. No proper IDE with debugger etc.

Daniel W
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Yes please!

ilkor
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I’m in!

seba
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Me too!

jeanrhum
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With these boards, I could upgrade some projects based on esp8266.