The new Arduino Duemilanove is available in the Maker Shed. It’s a big bump in memory, which will allow for even more amazing code. I know I can always use a little more room for storing variables, and the new ATmega328 is the perfect solution.
NEW! The Arduino Duemilanove has been upgraded to a more powerful microcontroller: the ATmega328. It’s fully compatible with the previous ATmega168, but with twice the memory. That includes flash memory for storing sketches (32 KB instead of 16 KB), RAM for holding variables (2KB instead of 1KB) and EEPROM for saving data when turning off the board (1 KB instead of 512 bytes). Also the speed (in the bootloader) has been raised for uploading new sketches from 19200 baud to 57600 baud.
Learn more about the New Arduino Duemilanove in the Maker Shed
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