My KISS board is a P2 evaluation board that is kept as simple as possible (KISS = keep it simple, stupid). It can be used for standard breadboards or to be mounted on to of a custom PCB to avoid soldering of fine pitch SMT parts. I think this is ideal for prototyping or low volume "embedded" products.
If you plan to use the P2 as "self contained" computer with HDMI display, SD card and so on there might be better solutions like Peters P2D2.
Feature list, schematics and genral discussion, refer to this thread
To allow for different pin header options I sell the board together with the pin headers but only with the SMT parts and the power terminal soldered. So you have to solder the pin headers by yourself. There are many different possibilities
1. put double row pin headers on the top side. This gives 8 sockets that are pin compatible with Parallax' P2 EVAL accessory boards.
2. put single row pin headers into the outer rows on the bottom and the inner row an the top side. This configuration fits into a standard breadboard (explanation here
). Even pins can be used directly on the breadboard, odd pins can be connected with Dupont wires.
3. put female headers on the bottom side
4. mix of 1..3 or anything you like
Special offer until friday: €40 per board, shipping within germany €6, shipping within EU €13, overseas €30.
Depending on demand it may be possible to organize bundled shipping to USA and Oz.
To order please send me an email to "firstname.lastname@example.org" with your complete postal address. I'll send you a Paypal link.