Adafruit have this week unveiled a new addition to their range of programmable micro-controller boards with the launch of the new NETduino 3 WiFi board in stock that can be programmed using Netduino.
To re-cap NETduino is an open source electronics platform that uses the .NET Micro Framework and the latest board is equipped with a 32-bit micro-controller and SSL/TLS 1.2 and WPA2.
The new board has the same 168 MHz (Cortex-M4) processor as the Plus 2 but almost four times the code storage at 1408 KB and almost double the ram at 164+ KB. Full specifications and comparisons can be found over on the Netduino website via the link below.
The wireless board works with most Arduino shields although some might require .net mf drivers. Its also provides 6 adc 12-bit channels and microSD card storage up to 2GB with 3 x gobus ports.
The Adafruit online store is now stocking the NETduino 3 WiFi board priced at $70.