A postage stamp sized RP2040 development board with a USB-C connection, perfect for portable projects, wearables, and embedding into stuff.
While we love the Raspberry Pi Pico we also wanted something smaller and with a bunch more flash on board. Introducing the Tiny 2040 - a teeny tiny powerhouse with the chops to realise truly ambitious projects.
Powered and programmable via USB-C, Tiny 2040 comes with 8MB of QSPI (XiP) flash on board (there's also a budget friendly 2MB version available). The board is designed with castellated pads to allow it to be directly soldered onto a PCB (or you can attach pin headers to hook it up on a breadboard or connect things to it directly with wires). We've also managed to fit in a programmable RGB LED, a reset button and some clever circuitry that lets you use the boot button as a user controllable switch.
It's compatible with firmware built for the Raspberry Pi Pico but offers a reduced number of pins due to its size. You can even run MicroPython