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RINGO mobile phone DIY kit


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2+ 115.62€
1+ 132.05€



Pealadu, Peterburi tee 90F, Tallinn 4
Peterburi tee Oomipood, Peterburi tee 90F, Tallinn 1
Järve keskuse Oomipood, Pärnu mnt. 238, Tallinn 9
Lõunakeskuse Oomipood, Ringtee 75, Tartu 2
Põhjakeskuse Oomipood, Haljala tee 4, Rakvere 1

This neat little device is an open source mobile phone that you can build yourself.
Besides that, MAKERphone is also an educational device shaped like a mobile phone compatible with all mobile networks.
Its purpose: to motivate people to explore, learn and create something new in a fun and interesting way.

Who is this kit for?

Based on our experience, an 11-year-old kid should be able to assemble a Ringo kit with a tiny bit of help from an adult. Estimated build time: 5 hours.

Building the Ringo kit is just the beginning.
After that, you'll spend numerous hours creating your own games and apps and experimenting with hardware.

What you'll learn with Ringo

how to solder properly
what are the basic electronic components and what are their functions
what are microcontrollers and some basics of digital electronics
how to program a microcontroller in C++, Python and other
how a basic mobile phone works

Ringo is hackable

Ringo is based on Arduino-compatible ESP32 microcontroller. Therefore, it's compatible with lots of hardware expansion modules.Ringo was meant to be hacked. Ringo is fully customizable.

Ringo has a build guide

CircuitMess World is a place for Ringo users to share their creations, exchange knowledge, and download programs made by others as well as a collection of tutorials, guides etc.

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