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matthaios
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Aug 3, 2015
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I really wish they actually let people that already purchased before before the PCB was added that they added an option for the PCB. I didn't get a chance to see that it was added. If I had known, I would've jumped on with it. I'm assuming its too late to add it now.
Aug 3, 2015
Lindee
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Aug 5, 2015
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If you contact CS then they should be able to help add the PCB on. They did for me today. Took $9 and 24hrs.
Aug 5, 2015
aestheticjmack
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Aug 8, 2015
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What exactly does the pcb do? Will it actually function like a numpad?
Aug 8, 2015
theimmc
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Aug 9, 2015
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Yes, the PCB has the microcontroller and USB port so that it becomes a functional numpad. Alternatively, you can hand wire the switches and add a Pro Micro or another controller (with the right firmware, of course).
Aug 9, 2015
Thrust
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Aug 10, 2015
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The switches will still have to be soldered to the PCB correct? or does it come assembled?
Aug 10, 2015
theimmc
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Aug 10, 2015
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You will need to solder it yourself. Not only will pre-soldered switches be more expensive, having a numeric keypad with 17 different switches is interesting but not terribly functional for a numeric keypad.
Aug 10, 2015
Morantz
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Aug 11, 2015
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I tried to contact support last week and only got an automated reply. Do you have an email that goes to a person? I'd really like to get the PCB!
Aug 11, 2015
hjoe16
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Aug 12, 2015
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I just went to the order and clicked "contact support" and they were able to edit my order to include the PCB for $9 via email. They sent a paypal invoice, I accepted the charge and paid it, then replied back with proof of the purchase in the form of a screenshot. Give that method a try, it was quick and painless.
Aug 12, 2015
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