Tag: Boards

Arduino 101 Board for Development with Intel Curie Controller

Arduino 101 combine the ease-of-use of the classic boards with the latest technologies. The board recognises gestures, and features a six-axis accelerometer and gyroscope. Control your projects with your phone over Bluetooth® connectivity! A learning and development board that delivers the performance and low-power consumption of the Intel® Curie™ Module with the simplicity of Arduino […]

What is Arduino Nano Board ? Features, datasheet and Pinout

The Arduino Nano is Arduino’s classic breadboard friendly designed board with the smallest dimensions. The Arduino Nano comes with pin headers that allow for an easy attachment onto a breadboard and features a Mini-B USB connector. This board based on the ATmega328P. Arduino Nano is just the board you need to create thousands of interesting […]

What is Arduino UNO R3 Board? | Board for Rapid Prototyping

As we know arduino boards are very popular and almost every electronics enthusiast is using it. This board very useful for electronics projects. The UNO is the most used, popular and well-documented board of the whole Arduino family. Arduino UNO is an 8-bit microcontroller board with on the ATmega328P 8bit-AVR controller. Arduino UNO is a […]

Seeed Fusion DIY XIAO Mechanical Keyboard Contest to Win $1000 Coupons & Seeed XIAO Pillows in Prizes

Seeed is coming up with a contest about its product DIY XIAO Mechanical Keyboard to Win $1000 Coupons & Seeed XIAO Pillows in Prizes. This is big news for Electronics/IoT enthusiast and Students or Developers. DIY XIAO Mechanical Keyboard First let’s talk about its product DIY XIAO Mechanical Keyboard. As you know, The humble keyboard […]

TIG Announces Bluetera II Open Source IoT Motion-Based Dev Board

Tensor Iotera Group (TIG) has announced its new Bluetera II open source full-stack development board, which according to the company uses Google’s Protocol Buffer technology for motion-based IoT applications. It is comprised of three main elements that are the building blocks of most IoT systems: Tiny hardware-based sensor hub to collect and analyze data; Wireless communication to […]

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