Adafruit Release USB Key Sized RP2040 Board


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Adafruit have announced a new RP2040 based board, and this one is a little different to those that have come before it. The Trinkey QT2040 is based upon the QT Py RP2040 but it has no GPIO pins, instead it has a Stemma QT / Qwiic connector and a dedicated USB A port that is part of the circuit board.

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Adafruit Trinkey QT2040

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Adafruit Trinkey QT2040

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Adafruit Trinkey QT2040

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Adafruit’s Trinkey QT2040 measures just 1 x 0.7 inches (25.4 x 17.8mm) and it is designed to slot straight into a USB port ready for programming. As the board is powered by the RP2040, it can be coded using C / C++ and MicroPython, but as this is an Adafruit board most users will gravitate towards CircuitPython. With 8MB of QSPI flash we have enough space for CircuitPython libraries and our code.

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