Adafruit has added a new development board to their range in the form of the Netduino 3, that supports the open source electronics platform Netduino and builds on the technology that was used in the pervious Netduino 2 board.
The Netduino 3 is equipped with a 32-bit micro-controller together with a rich development environment, that is suitable for both engineers and hobbyists alike.
The latest Netduino board is fitted with the same 168 MHz (Cortex-M4) processor as the older Netduino 2 board. But provides almost four times the code storage at 1408 KB and almost double the RAM at 164+ KB.
The Netduino 3 boards now available to purchase for $39.95 from the Adafruit website, for more information and full specifications visit the official Netduino website via the link below.