Our friends over at Seeed Studio have announced plans to release the long-awaited DSO Touch mid-range entry in the DSO portable digital oscilloscope family. More importantly they're seeking feedback on its design, and are willing to put their money where their mouth is with two pre-production samples being made available to testers.
Designed to sit between the ultra-portable DSO Nano and the high-end DSO Quad, the DSO Touch is a surprisingly capable digital storage oscilloscope powered by an open hardware ARM platform and open source software stack. It's unlikely to replace a Rigol or HP in anyone's workshop, but as a pocket-friendly accessory they're hard to beat. The application form is here, and needs filling in by the 22nd of August if you want to be in with a chance of walking away with the pre-production kit.
Something happened to DSO Touch, it tooks 2 years to finish the developing until now, we offer 2 DSO Touch Dev edition. If you think you are the best tester as Shinji Ikari to EVA01, please fill the form by 22th of August. We will release more detailed specs of the coming DSO Touch in the following days.