The uBITX, or micro BITX - being offered at $109 for a limited time.
The uBITX is an HF transceiver capable of 10 Watts output on CW and SSB. It features a general coverage receiver, digital tuning, dual VFOs, RIT and a built in CW keyer. It comes pretty much assembled, except for a housing and the user would have to hook up the controls knobs, speaker and antenna connections, etc. Details can be found here: http://www.hfsignals.com/
It comes with open firmware and is designed to be hacked and experimented with. The original software is available online, so if you mess up you can go back to the default, easily enough. The programming language is Arduino C language.
The QRPGuys have also announced some new products:
1:1 and 4:1 voltage Baluns - http://qrpguys.apps-1and1.com/qrpguys-11-41-voltage-baluns
K8TND's 40 Meter Direct Conversion Regenerative Receiver based on a heavily modified Kitchin, N1TEV design. - http://qrpguys.apps-1and1.com/k8tnf-direct-conversion-40m-receiver
Note: W2LJ is NOT connected in any way with any of these companies - just trying to offer the latest news I come across to the QRP community.
72 de Larry W2LJ
QRP - When you care to send the very least!