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An interactive list of features and reviews to help you pick the right microcontroller for your projects.

Krtkl Snickerdoodle Black

Krtkl Snickerdoodle Black

Krtkl’s Snickerdoodle Black is a compact system-on-module (SoM) development board that contains a Xilinx Zynq-7020 32-bit 866MHz dual-core ARM Cortex processor and an Artix-7 field-programmable gate array (FPGA). The Snickerdoodle Black also includes 1GB RAM, 16MB flash memory, 180 I/O pins (125 FPGA + 55 CPU), dual-band Wi-Fi, BLE, two 12-bit DACs, and two ADCs […]

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Seeeduino Xiao

Seeeduino Xiao

The Seeeduino Xiao boasts an impressively compact size, low price tag, and formidable hardware. It is hard not to be a fan of Seeed after having used the Xiao. As a board retailer and manufacturer, Seeed Studio regularly pushes out powerful products that are insanely inexpensive compared to their competitors; we see this with their […]

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Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX Dev Kit

Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX Dev Kit

You may not realize it but you’re living your life on the edge, or at least your digital life. Edge computing is the idea of pushing computing and data closer to where they are used. For the web this means distributing media like video and images across the network where your phone or laptop can […]

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Seeed Studio Odyssey STM32MP157C

Seeed Studio Odyssey STM32MP157C

The Odyssey STM32MP157C is not for beginners, but if you are up for a challenge or are interested in developing a commercial Internet of Things product, it might be for you. The STM32MP157C is actually two boards, a main processor board and a carrier board. This design allows users to design and prototype ideas using […]

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Seeed Studio Grove Beginner Kit for Arduino

Seeed Studio Grove Beginner Kit for Arduino

Seeed Studios has offered the Grove Starter Kits for some time now. The kits are designed as modular approaches to get started on the Arduino platforms. Kits come with small modules, each of which may contain a sensor, display, LED, button and many more peripherals. In addition, each can easily be connected to an Arduino […]

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Meadow F7

Meadow F7

The Meadow F7 Micro by Wilderness Labs is a full-stack .NET IoT platform that was successfully funded on Kickstarter earlier this year. The Oregon-based company designed the board to be a modern plug-and-play platform to get users quickly started in developing IoT solutions. What makes the platform unique is it uses .NET, and C# to […]

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Adafruit QT Py

Adafruit QT Py

Just get the QT Py. It’s $6. It’s super tiny. It runs Arduino or CircuitPython. I dig tiny microcontroller boards. Teensy boards, Arduino Nano boards, SparkFun Pro Micro boards. All of them. I am amazed at the power available in these small packages. Make LED wearables! Create tiny USB devices! Build small smart sensors! Make […]

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