Bought two and once arrived (shipping was reasonable from Sri Lanka to Canada) had them up and running in minutes. Need to download an Arduino core from the maker's website however I have no doubt that it would work fine on MightyCore (with some differences in pin numbering). Looks to be well hand soldered. Have been using them for 1284 development when working with custom boards as it is much nicer to program via USB than pulling out the AVR programmer. And the form factor is similar to the BluePill enough that I can modify my BluePill based projects to use a more library friendly 1284p instead with these boards.
Oct. 28, 2019
Excellent development solution for a somewhat neglected MCU
The Atmega1284 hasn't had the notice that the 328 or 2560 have. The Lakduino Dwee is indeed a "Pro" grade development board. It's design provides full and logical access to all the capability of 1284. Like the Arduino Pro Mini, the Dwee sports on-board USB-TTL functionality. The build quality is good and there were no surprises on first power-up. There are other 1284 boards but they are either DIY (not necessarily a bad thing) or try to mimic other ATmega boards. The size of the MCU chip means that this a wider board with 0.9" pins spacing. Finally, the PCB labeling appearance make it a unique board.
Response from Aptinex (Pvt) Ltd | Oct. 28, 2019
Thank You Donald, Really appreciate your review on this..