August 25, 2014
A couple of months ago, I saw the Kickstarter for the mBuino, an ARM Cortex M0 running at 50mhz and 3.3v. It's about the size of an Arduino Nano, and cost 10$ USD. It is produced by GHI Electronics, and can be had from Outrageouscircuits
The board came packed in a padded mailer bag with a anti-static bag inside:
It came with a the populated and non-populated board, a battery holder and a small chain to make a key-chain with the unpopulated board. (Small Altoids can for refernce)
Up close of the board:
The board has 12 I/O pins, 3.3v regulated output as well as a 5V regulated out. It also has 7 user programable LED's on the board.
The board comes pre-loaded with a "blink" style program:
Code running by default:
I will post more after I get to play around with it later.