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I recommend some hiletgo gear then. The devboards are like $6. Also they sell things like 5 packs of SD-reader modules. Got them for $7 on amazon. Probably cheaper on bangood but i don't like waiting for their shipping.

I also found a 5 pack of some ESP32 nodeMCU clones - i don't remember the brand, for like $25 on amazon.

ESP32 chips themselves (not the devboard) usually come with 4MB. The 8MB and 16MB ones are custom order so they are more rare because the devboard manufacturers simply don't custom order those chips

I've only ever seen one 16MB dev board and it was in an arduino form factor Frown | :( i don't remember where i saw it. I also don't remember what espressif (the people that make the ESP32 chips themselves) call the 16MB version.

Good luck finding one. Smile | :)

I'd go with the WROVER though. 8MB is plenty, and easier to track down. WROOM is even good with 4MB. I haven't really needed more.
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