It says its compatible with Arduino shields
QuoteIt says its compatible with Arduino shieldsWhere to plug ??=> (Adapter Needed for Shield Form-Factor)
QuoteIt says its compatible with Arduino shieldsWhere to plug ??=> (Adapter Needed for Shield Form-Factor)Written like this it is also compatible with 220V and 110V as there is only a adapter needed for the voltage...Still it are these concepts that can move the world forward. Suppose every laptop and tablet would have a build-in Arduino with some extension slot that can be mapped upon shields or breadboards. Then I could experiment all day !
Not sure how I feel about it using the 'duino name now.
Fixing up a Class 10 sdcard and putting everything there speeds is up a LOT. Running just the NAND system is OK, but SLOW.
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