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An interesting idea: Revitalize a Butterfly kit with well-known lowcost Nokia 6100 color display.
Take peripherials from the Butterfly kit, add ATMega168 from Arduino, spice with color display, shake it - and you'll get a Polyphemus kit.
Polyphemus has some interesting features: ATmega 168 microcontroller (housed on a Freeduino board), color Nokia 6100 LCD, two multi-state pushbuttons, LED, phototransistor, piezoelectric buzzer, 3.7V rechargeable lithium battery, analog input connector and FTDI USB programming connector.
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