Makers, hobbyists and developers looking to create Internet enabled devices or Internet of Things projects may be interested to know that the Esquilo Air has landed at the Adafruit store and is priced at $59.95.
Features of the new Esquilo Air IoT development board include a 120 MHz ARM Cortex-M4F supported by 1MB flash, 256KB SRAM, 8KB EEPROM
With support for 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi Arduino UNO R3 shields and hardware cryptography engine, hardware floating point and 6-17v DC power input or 5V via USB. Jump forward to 3.20 to see the section about the new Esquilo Air development board if you don’r have time to check out everything in the video below.
Other features include :
◦ Micro-USB (for bootloader and USB CDC console)
◦ Micro-SD with FAT32 support (up to 32 GB)
◦ 46 digital I/Os (5V tolerant inputs)
◦ Serial buses: 2 x SPI, 2 x I2C, 5 x UART, 1 x CAN
◦ 18 PWM outputs
◦ Quadrature digital input
◦ 16 analog inputs with 16-bit resolution (4 differential)
◦ Analog output with 12-bit resolution
◦ Precision voltage reference
◦ Analog comparator
This complete IoT development system comes equipped with 1MB of flash, 18 PWM outputs, Arduino-compatible pin headers, a hardware cryptography engine and more! Most importantly, this board has built in WiFi and an IDE with full source debugger. All in the palm of your hand, no cloud required. Write your own code or load it in via the built in micro SD card slot!