it has I2C
if there is enough online info/tutorials then maybe it's worth buying.
Is the end near for Arduino?
Model B owners using networking and high-current USB peripherals will require a supply which can source 700mA (many phone chargers meet this requirement). Model A owners with powered USB devices will be able to get away with a much lower current capacity (300mA feels like a reasonable safety margin).
that the RPi will draw 700mA. That can't be right can it?
I think that running a OS on a system is the long term solution.
it can go up to 750mA
QuoteI think that running a OS on a system is the long term solution. No it is not.
That is why it will not kill the arduino
But even in this future I think there is a place for Arduino (or PIC boards in general) probably smaller but still there.
When microsoft started with their windows CE I thought it wouldn't last. It is one of those rare occasions in life where I was wrong smiley-cool.
It was reported that Bill Gates said that the Apple business model only worked if you had Steve Jobs.
Apparently a big announcement is coming "after Easter" according to the Arduino team on twitter.