Design by: 4223
HandyStick is yet another small development board with an AtmegaX8 (Atmega88, Atmega168, Atmega328). The board is targeted towards use with vUsb, a software implemented USB stack.
It is cheap to manufacture, fitting two on a cheap 5x5cm 2-layer pcb, and using easy-to-source parts.
* Using projects like USBAspLoader, you can get a USB programmable AVR board for less than $3 in parts.
* You can use this for USB HID-devices, such as joysticks, gamepads or even a full-featured MAME cabinet
* USB dataloggers
* For more ideas, see the vUSB web site.