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stephenmhall last edited by
I was just looking for an arduino with more memory than a nano so I can run an oled screen and remembered backing this on Kickstarter, just waiting for delivery in December. It has built in wifi and bluetooth and can run off a 3.7V lipo battery.
As standard you get eight GPIO lines, PWM, I2C, SPI and a UART. There is also support for MIPI-CSI cameras and LCD display.
The device has a 1GHz ARM A13 (Single core Cortex A8) compatible processor with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of Flash storage. It also has a Mali GPU with OpenGL support. beats the nano's 2k memory 32k flash :).
It comes with a version of Debian Linux and a lot of standard software such as LibreOffice and Scratch.
In power it sits between a Raspberry Pi B+ and the new version 2.
Should be awesome for MySensors. Just imagine the power. Just need one as a wifi gateway. then nodes up the yingyang.
very interesting. seems powerful. I didn't know it.
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gbfromhb last edited by gbfromhb
I think the trick here is that they just announced a $40 4.3" monitor and you’ll have to spend additional cash for the VGA or HDMI adapters.