One might say that Arduino boards have been critical to today’s freedom of electronic experimentation, allowing normal people to make all manner of custom devices.
The Arduino Oplà IoT Kit is an edge-to-cloud IoT system that’s backed by tons of helpful tutorials and getting-started projects that will have you partying in no time.
The kit integrates the 10 Grove sensors and actuators all on one board. Users can plug, sketch, and play without any additional wiring required or learning how to solder.
The kit contains 8 IoT projects that can offer different experiences for each user based on their individual level of expertise, from maker to professional.
Newark announced it has added the Portenta H7, a new offering from Arduino, to its portfolio of SBCs.
To turn off a Raspberry Pi you don't just "pull the plug." You need to actually shut it down in the same way as a PC. To turn it back on you need to disconnect then plug it back in, which is annoying.