The product is available in our warehouse. You can place the order and you will receive it according to the shipping method.
On Demand products are items that we bring to our customers through an order.
So place a normal order and we will ask for them to our suppliers, and will ship to you in just one shipment to save costs. The period may vary from 1 to 3 weeks. When the order is complete, we will ship it to you!.
Currently, there is no stock, but we will receive it soon. You can buy it and we will ship the order as soon as it comes back available (normally from 1 to 3 weeks).
Orders that include an On Demand or Back Order item will be shipped when they are available again in one shipment. This means the order will take from 1 to 3 weeks to be shipped once the order is placed You will be notified when adding a backorder product in the cart. If you want to receive first the items in-stock, please, place two different orders separating the in-stock and On Demand or Back Order items.
This product is only available for search (tutorials, schematics...). They can not be purchased.
Teensy USB Development Board
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