So I've read that Arduino has announced a new 32 bit AVR board called Zero. It seems to be in the Uno form factor so smaller then the current 32 bit Due board. Any thoughts on what will differentiate between these two products, or will Zero phase out the Due?
Sure seems that the Arduino folks are going a little crazy with all the new board options released in the last couple of years. I'm most likely staying with the 8 bit boards so won't effect me much, but I sure hope they don't stretch themselves too much at the expense of taking too many resources away from what made them so popular in the first place, simplicity, affordable, and easy to learn and apply.
PS: I do give them credit for interesting board names, Uno, Due, Zero. What's next, something Italian meaning -1 ?