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A new RISC-V board out of China boasts eight UART interfaces and is looking for community involvement with its firmware.

RISC-V boards come in many different configurations, they even appear in soldering iron via Pine64’s Pinecil. But if you are just dipping your toe into RISC-V then this $10 board could be of interest. A RISC-V microcontroller board from WCH with a total of eight UART interfaces is now available from China-based online store LCSC Electronics, as reported by CNX Software, and the company is looking for community contributions to its software.

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