Guess you guys need to know what your competition is doing.
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As of May 2011, more than 300,000 Arduino units were "in the wild".
... its lacking in both hardware and software ...
"Why do you think that."Well, so you guys can catch up and make a more decent product that Id want to buy.Why would you buy a horse and buggy if you can get a car at the same price."The arduino is not about specifications. If you don't know that you don't know anything."Your right about that 100 percent, its lacking in both hardware and software.Just try to multitask 16-20 things the same time, without any native support for multitasking or threading on a 8 bit system.Not here to fight, just think the arduino could be so much more then it is
"the tremendous popularity and sales volume for the arduino?"Well the arduino has been around for some time and has built up a strong following, but that doesn't necessarily mean its the easiest to use for beginners or even the best system for them. I'm sure a PIC fanboy would disagree with you, but I do think if the product needs reform to stay current.You cant just keep telling people a horse and buggy is good enough soon the cars will run you off the road.
You cant just keep telling people a horse and buggy is good enough soon the cars will run you off the road.
I do think if the product needs reform to stay current ...
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