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Arduino - very interesting !
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can somebody please clarify a few things for me

does the netduino use an AVR atmel chip ?

does the multithreading mean several programs can run on the one chip

can you use arduino libraries with it ?

what other differences

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does the netduino use an AVR atmel chip ?
No

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does the multithreading mean several programs can run on the one chip
Sort of

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can you use arduino libraries with it ?
I don't think so.

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what other differences
Netduino will not be suitable for very low-level "real time" programming AFAIK.

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You'll get more informed answers if you post on the Netduino forums instead of here on the Arduino forums.  The folks there will know their platform inside and out.
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The only commonality between the two are the letters "duino".

It is no secret they chose the name for their project to piggyback on the popularity of Arduino.
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