It says its compatible with Arduino shields
Where 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 !
Apparently that group of 4 headers on the right side of the board are setup the same as the ones on an arduino (two headers for digital 0 - 13, one header for analog in, and one header for power distribution). Its not clear if the logic is 3.3v or 5v though. I would hope 5v, for it to be "Arduino compatible".
They have said that the adapter is just needed to give the correct spacing for the pins, so you could make your own with jumpers if you dont want to wait/pay.
I posted this here because I thought the board might have some sort of connection to Arduino, it seems that is not the case. Not sure how I feel about it using the 'duino name now.