I came across this tweet from DigiKey announcing a red colored Adafruit Metro.
What is the Adafruit Metro?
The Adafruit Metro is a variant of the Arduino Uno. It is enabled by an Atmega328 microcontroller. The main distinction between the Metro and the Uno is the chipset used for the virtual COM port. While the UNO makes use of an Atmega16 family microcontroller for the USB interface, the Metro makes use of the FT231X chipset.
I liked the red color and ordered a unit for myself. The rear side of the PCB contains the Adafruit Metro’s BOM from DigiKey.
At the time of writing this post, the special edition Metro was still in stock @ DigiKey. The packaging gave me the impression that the board could have been possibly manufactured by Adafruit on behalf of DigiKey.