Plural of Arduino?

Since Arduino comes from Italy, I wonder what the correct plural is: Arduini (like graffito/graffiti) or Arduinos?

Maybe someone has another creative idea, since this question is not meant to be a serious one! :) (BTW, is there a way to raise a survey in a posting?)

Arduini/Arduinos, no idea.

Surveys - not currently.

Toys.

Even though I often point out that these things are more than toys, I refer to mine as some of my favorite toys.

Or "blue smoke machines" ;)

All of mine, even the compatibles still work.

I don't like to break or even scratch my toys. It ruins the fun.

I prefer Arduino's as plural. (same as dino - dinos)

in the same line UNOs DUEs MEGAs Yuns ...

I like Arduinoes, like potatoes.

Brduino: Since Arduino comes from Italy, I wonder what the correct plural is: Arduini (like graffito/graffiti) or Arduinos?

Arduino?

Brduino: Or "blue smoke machines" ;)

Try a bit longer. The smoke isn't limited to blue, it can be all kinds of colors, and even form or consistency. Depends on what part is generating it. Or were you referring to the color of the boards ?

I like Arduini, but haven't used that yet. Most people from my country would say Arduino's (like robtillaart did).

Hi, collective noun...

A compute of Arduinos

Tom..... :)

JimboZA: I like Arduinoes, like potatoes.

How long do you boil them for and do you add salt to the water?

Henry_Best: How long do you boil them for and do you add salt to the water?

Nah, obviously *chip*ped....

JimboZA: Nah, obviously *chip*ped....

LOL!

robtillaart: I prefer Arduino's as plural. (same as dino - dinos)

No need for an apostrophe there is nothing the Arduino possess.

MAS3: Most people from my country would say Arduino's (like robtillaart did).

. . . but without the apostrophe. There is neither possession nor elision.

Nothing to add to the reasoning, you both are right. Nevertheless this is how most people from the Netherlands would write it (and this is wrong in the Dutch language too).

Grumpy_Mike:
there is nothing the Arduino possess.

Maybe possessed.