Originally Posted by zmatt
Anything can fail, but the likelihood of a quality board failing is much lower than a cheap one.
The likelihood of it failing isn't simply dependant on price.
At best, there's only going to be a statistical probability of boards in general
failing vs purchase cost.
But it is logically flawed to conclude that a particular
board which is cheap is necessarily going to fail. You'd be looking at the statistics the wrong way around if you did.
As with all generalisations which agree with statistics, there's pretty much always going to be exceptions.
the HA06-GT is one of them.
There's plenty of boards I won't recommend. And most of them are cheap ones.
I don't not recommend them because they're cheap, though. I look at the quality of the board first, then