You're right about the TAP-28 fitting into a few of the different types of dev boards - it's quite the all-rounder!
What appeals to me is how the TAP-28 balances the rift between prototyping and production. An end user can have a fully populated TAP-28 which they can prototype with, and can use the very same development board (populated with only the components required) when it comes time to firm things up. Better yet, the price makes the whole ordeal worth-while compared to custom PCB design.
Re: A Look at Dev Board Philosophy
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