AttoPilot International has a sweet deal for current AttoPilot 1.8 owners: just $300 to upgrade to 2.0. Why do it? Well, just look at this picture. That's some pretty amazing miniaturization! Smaller even than ArduPilot without its shield. Plus the AttoPilot folks upgraded my 1.8 unit to 2.0 software (actually, they did even better--they replaced it with new hardware because it was broken), so now I essentially have two 2.0 units. Best customer service ever!

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Comment by CrashingDutchman on September 9, 2010 at 11:58pm
That is great to hear. I have an older version that is broken, I hope they want to exchange mine too.
Comment by Scott James on September 10, 2010 at 4:59am
That is awesome! My 1.8 has been great, $300 is very very very tempting. :)

Comment by Gary Mortimer on September 10, 2010 at 6:20am
The V2.0 will not disappoint. Its full of learned goodness.
Comment by CheBuzz on September 10, 2010 at 11:05am
What is the black shiny object in the middle of the board?

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Comment by Chris Anderson on September 10, 2010 at 12:26pm
CheBuzz--that's just a protective coating over the chips. There's the same on the bottom. Because the board does not come in an enclosure (unlike 1.8), most of the chips and traces are covered with plastic to avoid shorts from loose wires in the plane.
Comment by Chris McNair on September 10, 2010 at 5:40pm
Want and will are two different things! We will on most circumstances work with you. If there is clear neglect then the obvious will be a NO for an answer. I have a feeling I know who CD is so the short answer for you is yes you have one on the way.

The reason for the change is rather obvious. Size and learning’s from V1.8 to improve the system. The reason for the upgrade is to get everyone on the same playing field to relieve us of as much CS as possible. We spend a large amount of time nurturing customers due to complexity.

Thanks for the nice write up Chris!
Comment by Adrian Eves on September 12, 2010 at 1:10am
Another very happy V2.0 customer here. Well done Attopilot.


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