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What are the most common Arduino breadboard insertables, arduino compatibles that can be inserted into breadboards?

The ones I could think of were Boarduino from adafruit, both variants dc and usb, ardweeny from solarobotics, rbbb from modern devices.

Are there any other common ones in that sort of format?
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Teensy from PJRC: http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/

Awesome little boards.  I've also got a FIO with headers attached, works great on a breadboard too.
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Teensy from PJRC:

Thanks for the info, but Im mainly talking about ones that have arduino compatible pin outs, 14 digital 6 analog

The fio is pretty cool, I hadn't had much exposure to it.

Anyone have a picture of the fio inserted in a breadboard, all the pictures I could find were only the board it self.
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Hi, Take a look here:

http://arduino-direct.com/sunshop/index.php?l=product_list&c=1

And you'll see the Pro Mini and my favorite and easy-to-use the Nano.  Those also have links to the information at Arduino.

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Picoduino from themakerspace.com is great. Have used it in a bunch of projects. They also have a shield adaptor if you want to use standard shields.


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I do have a few tqfp-adapters with chip, capacitors and crystal on top. Two are insertable, but whether it is most common ?
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I do have a few tqfp-adapters with chip, capacitors and crystal on top. Two are insertable, but whether it is most common ?

Yeah most common, was trying to figure out how many besides the boarduino, were being used by most people.

Looks like I have the pretty common list already.
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Anyone have any common insertables that have been missed or not in the list?
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I don't own one but I believe these folks have a 328 board...
http://oakmicros.com/content/index.php
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Femtoduino - http://www.varesano.net/projects/hardware/Femtoduino
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