YouTube channel Circuit Basics has created a new video they have published this week which compares the centre of the new New Arduino 101 (Genuino 101) board comparing it to the setup of the older established Arduino Uno.
The video also includes and boxing of the latest Arduino 101 board if you are in the US or the Genuino 101 if you are based in Europe providing a glimpse at what you can expect from the new board.
The new Arduino and Genuino 101 bands comes equipped with 14 digital input/output pins (of which 4 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a USB connector for serial communication and uploading your sketches, with an operating voltage of 3.3V but all pins are protected against 5V over voltage. More information about the new Arduino 101 (Genuino 101) boards can be found over on the official Arduino website here.
Arduino’s newest board, the Arduino 101 is finally here… It has an Intel Curie processor, and an on-board gyroscope, accelerometer, and Bluetooth. Let’s see how it stacks up to the Uno, and find out what each of the components on the board do. At the end of the video, I go through the initial set up in the Arduino IDE and run a simple sketch.
The Arduino 101 and Genuino 101 are now available to purchase priced at €28.65. But remember the Genuino 101 is available ONLY in Europe, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Canada, Dominican Republic (FCC), Turkey and Yemen. While the Arduino 101 board is available in the US. If you liked this you might also be interested in building an Arduino wind speed meter