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PiKVM v3 HAT by Maxim Devaev » Shipping in progress — Kickstarter

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/11/22

Oh cool: should arrive during the holiday season:

~500pc have been shipped to the backers in the USA and CanadaWe are planning to ship ALL pledges that don’t contain the case by Nov, 19.We are planning to ship ALL pledges that include the case by Dec, 3.Depending on your location it might take from a couple of days to a couple of weeks to actually receive the shipments.Important: we send a notification with a tracking number for every shipment. Please check your Spam folder from time to time.

Source: [Wayback/Archive] PiKVM v3 HAT by Maxim Devaev » Shipping in progress — Kickstarter

Documentation is at [Wayback/Archive] PiKVM v3 HAT guide – PiKVM Handbook via [Wayback/Archive] Thank you for buying PiKVM v3 HAT! showing that the ATX case bracket needs to be 3D-printed separately:


 

–jeroen


Stealth USB-C packaging

The factory team found a perfect way to protect that small board and judging from the number of questions we get about it – it’s probably “too perfect” :)

So, just take a closer look at the ATX board.

Boxes

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