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 +The Digispark Pro looks like this.
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 If you'd like to use your Digispark with a breadboard you can cut 6 and 2 pin lengths of male headers (included for Kickstarters and Pre-orders) insert the 6 pin into the corresponding header and the 2 pin into the 5v and GND portion of the 3 pin female header. Flip the Digispark upside down and it should plug into most breadboards with the 5v and GND being connected into the power bus. If you'd like to use your Digispark with a breadboard you can cut 6 and 2 pin lengths of male headers (included for Kickstarters and Pre-orders) insert the 6 pin into the corresponding header and the 2 pin into the 5v and GND portion of the 3 pin female header. Flip the Digispark upside down and it should plug into most breadboards with the 5v and GND being connected into the power bus.
  
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