“The new Nanos are for those millions of makers who love using the Arduino IDE for its simplicity and open source aspect, but just want a great value, small and powerful board they can trust for their compact projects,” commented Massimo Banzi. “With prices from as low as $9.90 for the Nano Every, this family fills that gap in the Arduino range, providing makers with the Arduino quality they deserve for those everyday projects.”

 

For those interested in going down memory lane, Jussi Kilpelainen has put together a 32-bit demo of core memory as an Arduino shield that you can buy as a kit for $39.90. The really good part is that the core assembly is clearly displayed.

 

Arduino have just announced that the latest version of the well known IDE has been releases in beta for you to try out.

 

Everyone seems to want to provide an IoT solution, but it's a tough market to crack. Now Arduino has an easy to use cloud solution, but can you trust it? And is it even needed?

The 4Duino-24 is a 2.4-inch, 240×320-pixel Intelligent Display Module with Wi-Fi capabilities.