I've never actually owned an official Arduino, the two PCB copies that
I've made have been Freeduinos:
100% compatible and I've never had any trouble with them.
You COULD make one on a breadboard for around £6, but it's far more
On 5 April 2012 00:00, GarethPS <garethpowerswi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> So after seeing Andrews ioio (and his sensor data which is rather cool
> but don't tell him) and the arduino kit, I want one.
> Was just looking for some recommendations on what board to actually
> Don't know what I will use it for other than turning pin 13 on and off
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