We report progress made on projects at Monero Hardware. Physical, electronmagnetic, and electronic hardware devices protect funds, secrets, and privacy by design. We consider concepts, learn how devices are made, and review a features roadmap. Wallets are distributed for hands on inspection, and a demonstration teaches the basics of embedded firmware development. Michael is a computer scientist specializing in cryptosecure hardware, embedded development, and networks. He is the founder of the Monero Hardware team and responsible for research, development, and maintenance of Opensource software repositories.