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How to ID your Arduino board

Posted on Sunday, June 16th, 2013 in Arduino, documentation, site by the machinegeek


Which Arduino boards are commonly in use and how do you distinguish one from another? Alex Castle has posted a roundup of the most common Arduino boards on the market right now, with tips on how to distinguish between them based on processing capabilities, feature sets and form factor. This summary should be helpful to those new to the Arduino scene. You can find Alex’s post at Tested.com.

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