today (at work ;) I found a board that OpenRoberta USB finds and connects to. It's a Nano with the hardware ID
The Nano I tested on Saturday was bricked :( One down for me. All the others I unpacked worked.
My Italy-made Arduino shows up as
The mBot has an Uno-compatible board inside (MEGA 328P) and HWID
then I discovered an "old" Arduino Uno clone (tore one of my "old"
projects apart) and that didn't work either, HWID
So, now I'm off testing coding, but I'd humbly recommend to integrate an option to select COM port and board type in the Extended Options dialog of OpenRoberta USB, just to be able to program compatible boards that aren't on the hardware list yet. Shall I raise an issue for this?
also do some more testing on the EV3 later this week. A pity NXT isn't
supported any more, but I hope you can still use old versions of
OpenRoberta USB with NEPO.
BTW: The Conrad 3D printer RF100 (retail product!) runs off an Uno-compatible board too.