Another post about a product from CircuitMess, the creators of MakerBuino. They totally deserve it, these people know how to sell interesting products, both for us, people who enjoy tinkering with electronics and programming, and for the little ones at home.
This time it is a voice assistant. Yes, like OK Google, Cortana, Siri… Just a bit geekier and a bit less (well, a lot less) useful, at least on its first version. But hey! It can tell you a repertory of bad jokes and sing a couple of songs too.
It is based on a ESP32-WROOM-32, a dual core microcontroller with 448 KBytes of ROM and 520 KBytes of RAM, with a small FLASH IC of 16MBytes with serial interface. As connectivity interfaces, it has WiFi 802.11n and Bluetooth 4.2.
The pack, at least on the first batch from the IndieGoGo campaign, contains two boxes: a tool box (very good for being a plus) and the main box, with Spencer components.