Pinball Zero: the great shortage is behind us

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Pinball Zero: the great shortage is behind us

Despite my initial fears that it is nothing more than a connected toy, I love my Pinball Zero!

This is a multifunctional device for 169 dollars that can interact with digital interfaces in the physical world. It can do all kinds of things, from emulating RFID and NFC cards to analyzing radio protocols, passing through the imitation of remote controls. And many other things. It is a “digital Swiss army knife” for cybersecurity enthusiasts, do-it-yourselfers and anyone who wants to explore the digital aspect of their environment.

But there was a problem. The product was too successful. And it was constantly out of stock. This means that some buyers turned to unscrupulous third-party sellers who demanded extravagant sums to deliver an Ezero Pinball machine. For example, I saw a Zero Pinball machine sold for five times the normal price.

Fast delivery, even in France, within 2 to 7 days

Flipper Devices, the company behind the Pinball Zero, claims to have solved these problems. This should make it possible to have devices always available in stock with fast delivery, even in France, within 2 to 7 days.

According to the company, monthly deliveries of Pinball Zero devices increased fourfold between January and June 2023. To cope with this, the company had to rebuild its entire logistics infrastructure and face several challenges related to the shortage of chips.

For 169 dollars, the Pinball Zero is a great tool. Add a $29 WiFi card to it, and you can also start experimenting with wireless pentesting.

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