I have not used the modules yet so I can't comment on the performance but I am not at all happy with the documentation. There was no documentation included with the two modules and the documentation that appears on your web site is wrong. It appears to describe and earlier version of the module. Fortunately I found the correct information on another web site www.banggood.com which shows the external connections and where the various connectors are located on the module. I now have to obtain a suitable power supply before I can try it out.
I was looking for an adapter just like this one...capable of helping to program through-hole Attiny MCUs without having to wire up an Arduino. Along with a USBTiny programmer, I successfully "burned the fuses" on an Attiny84 and then uploaded a sketch. The price was very reasonable for this awesome little unit!
I needed a Good little programmer for attiny84a chips, I was wiring them up with my Arduino and programming them with my Arduino IDE So thanks for the sweet little programmer AAAA++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Can't test either one of the two I ordered. Still in the shipping bag. The connectors that output pixel data and power and input power to the board and pixels were missing. I will need to hire someone to de-solder the part on the board and then I'll have to solder pigtails on both to be able to test the boards. I was told the plugs were not included and given a link to purchase them, (after buying an incomplete product.) The link was wrong. It was for a 5 position plug and the boards have 6 positions. Plus, the plugs were the wrong size to boot. Way bigger than what is needed.