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And I'm not alone. Some 400,000 people use Flipper Zero to interact with wireless devices, and access control systems and remote keyless systems, and RFID card systems. And not only is the hardware top-notch, but the device is fully open-source and customizable, offering an unprecedented level of flexibility and power.
iButton 1-Wire support (Dallas DS1990A/CYFRAL compatible)
USB 2.0 port, type C
The look and design of the Flipper Zero is pretty iconic, with a сyberpunk aesthetic mixed in with some Tamagotchi and retro gadgets of the 2000s. Even the main character is a nod to the cyber-dolphin in William Gibson's Johnny Mnemonic.
It's hard to think what could be done to make the design even more special.
Well, the design team pulled it off, creating a limited-edition transparent version of the Flipper Zero. Exactly the same as the white and orange Flipper Zero, only now you can see what's on the inside!
This is a limited-edition run of 7,500 units, so if you want one, you'd better act fast. And the cool thing is that this limited-edition version of the Flipper Zero is exactly the same price as the regular version -- $169.