The KUPOfull size
48 Programmable I/O Lines
8 Channel PWM
JTAG pins accessible
Acts as a USB 2.0 Full-speed/Low-speed Device
Ability to run as a USB OTG Reduced Host
Programmable Serial USART
SPI Serial Interface
2-wire Serial Interface
External parallel memory interface
All headers are lined up so you can use any pref board to make a shield
Example mini Shield that uses the external memory interface
The FUK (Flash Update Key)see full size
The FUK allows the KUPO to be used as a thumb drive with sizes of 128MB to 8GB
Total cost looks to be about 40$ unless many people want one then I could buy more parts in bulk.
An Arduino shield adapter should be easy to design.
There is so much potential for this board
would not be hard to get working with the arduino IDE
What do you think?
Any mistakes I made?