Intel Arduino 101 single Components ATLASEDGE.1
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Arduino 101 is the first widely available development board based on the tiny, low-power Intel Curie module. Easy to use and affordable, Arduino 101 is ideal for education environments, makers and embedded developers. Incorporated as part of Arduino's physical computing course, Arduino101 is designed to build students' technology skillsets through hands on projects in coding, collaborating and making.
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|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||6.98 x 5.49 x 1.98 Centimetres||6.86 x 5.34 x 2.5 Centimetres||10 x 7.6 x 2 Centimetres||8 x 6 x 2.5 Centimetres||9 x 6 x 2 Centimetres||5.4 x 2.54 x 8.56 Centimetres|
|Item Weight||45 grams||50 grams||68 grams||0 grams||—||1.2 kg|
|Model Number||ATLASEDGE.1||Uno||1GB LPDDR2 BCM2837||A000126||Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+||Tinker board|
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There is a lack of literature stating that it does not come with power cord.
(its the same as an UNO, So if your getting this board in the first place, Chances are, You have a cord to program this board.)
Sure, Code doesn't come in the box! Well, Send it back I guess, Right!? NO, =). Go to Arduino Playground and look for Arduino Board 101. There are (as of right now) 4 libraries that show of the sensors of the 101.
It has 6dof (6 Degrees of Freedom) meaning you have 3 axis Accelerometer, And 3 axis Gyroscope. The first time I attempted to uploaded the sketch.... It worked! I was able to see the values in the serial monitor, I see a lot of potential for stabilization, persistence of vision, and RC related projects.
It has built in Bluetooth. and it supports Bluetooth libraries, so it can easily replace the hc05 or hc06 units.
other than that, it is pretty much the same as the UNO.
This board has Intel Inside, I figured that would make it load sketches faster or boot faster. This is not the case, It takes a little bit longer. I have also noticed that I have to manually reset the board to upload new sketches, Not usually an issue for me but worth noting.
All in All I would say for the price this is a great board, And is worth the money.
If this helped you decide on or against this board, Please click the button! Thanks
I have only had this one for 2 days, And I already went out and got another one.
I did have to change the case on the library name from the sample code, but it's kind of obvious if you're a programmer. If not, be sure to check the names on your includes in the example sketches.
Great powerful prototype platform, still has Arduino's famous easy-of-use.
Also works great with: Pulse Sensor
This is NOT an ARM board (it's x86 based), so some libraries will not work. But that's not Intel's fault, and it's still an amazingly useful board for most applications. Plus, most of the libraries I use still work perfectly.