Perfect for low power projects, dedicated tasks, Internet of Things, and so much more, the ATmega85 and its bare bones cousin ATtiny13 are formidable chips. Now you can save time programming your ATtiny85 or ATtiny13 project prototype with eeZee Tiny. That's what I do. Now you can order an ATtiny85 or ATtiny13 to go with your eeZee Tiny board. Here's the documentation and here's the Open Source Hardware repository
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