Earlier today the BBC unveiled the final version of their new micro computer, the BBC Micro Bit and now we get to have a look at the device and its final design in a new video.
The video below give us a look at the design and some of the feature of the BBC Micro Bit, it was released by one of the BBC’s partners on the project, ARM.
The BBC Micro Bit will be given away to 1 million school children aged between 11 and 12 in the UK who are in Year 7. The device will launch in late October for the school children and it will also be made available commercially later in the year.
The device is designed to work with existing devices like the popular Raspberry Pi, Arduino and more and it comes with a range of sensor built in and is powered by an add on battery module that uses two AA batteries.
As yet there are no details on how much the commercial version of the device will retail for, as soon as we get some more information on pricing and also a release date for this new micro computer, we will let you guys know.
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