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on 28 June 2013
This is a great little breadboard.. and when I say "little" I really mean it. It will be much smaller than you expect! If this is your first breadboard, then let me caution you about the size in general. In actual practical use, you can put together only the very tiniest of circuits with these. For example, it's just big enough and no more to create a DIY Arduino programmer with the voltage regulator, etc. When you try to squeeze as much as you can onto a little board like this, it get old fast!
If you plan on doing some serious bread boarding that require the use of lots of components then I suggest that you get the larger 800 tie-point board first. That should do you for a while! If you run out of space down the road and you want to purchase another one, then these boards do click together. But make sure they are made from the same company because each company is different!
What I did is get the large one and two small ones. I discovered that this is the best layout! A single small 400 tie-point board is actually really handy for most Arudino projects and some of the Arduino cases are actually designed to allow you to set a single 400 tie-point board on top of them.
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