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NightUSB from Making Devices is a compact board for developers

The NightUSB compact board from Making Devices is a USB-enabled experimentation device utilizing the PIC18F14K50 microchip.

The board is specifically designed to explore the possibilities of USB 2.0 and provides the ability to simulate a computer mouse, keyboard and create a BADUSB device. At the same time, it can be used as a regular developer board since most of the PIC18F I/O is available for use.

The board is based on Microchip's eight-bit PIC18F14K50 microcontroller, which offers various features including dual-port RAM, software flash memory, analog-to-digital converter, etc.

The NightUSB board connects to the host machine's USB port and can be used for more complex projects.