Developers and makers that enjoy creating projects using the Arduino platform might be interested in a new Arduino development board called the AttoDuino.
The AttoDuino as its creators say is an tiny Arduino development board “on steroids” offering built-in Bluetooth connectivity together with battery management and floating-point coprocessor in a tiny form factor.
The creators of the new AttoDuino Arduino compatible development board explain : “We love Arduino. But we wanted more power. So, we created the AttoDuino. It’s Arduino compatible, but with a lot more power.
Basically, it’s like an Arduino on steroids. The main chip is an ARM M4F, with a math coprocessor, running at 80 MHz. It’s completely wireless, with built-in bluetooth, and can be programmed by bluetooth as well.
Battery charging and voltage regulation are also onboard, making it simple to use.
Powerful – The AttoDuino features an fast ARM processor with a built-in floating point coprocessor. Low power consumption, tons of input and output pins, and the familiar, easy to use Arduino development environment make the Atto perfect for everyone, from the beginner who is just getting started, to the expert in need of serious computational power.”
The AttoDuino project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think AttoDuino is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help AttoDuino become a reality.