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Arduino, Raspberry or Micro:bit are the most known microcomputers (microcontroller boards), but definitely do not exhaust the whole set of available development boards. There is a range of projects across all levels of advancement that make a bid at creating their own community and developing popularity all around the world. Boards like Orange Pi, Banana Pi are just some of the examples. On the other hand, there are as well significantly more advanced more computers, such as DSP or Google Coral and Nvidia Jetson to speak about more recent inventions. It doesn't matter whether you look for developing simple educational projects or going more into advanced IoT, Artificial Intelligence solution, there definitely is a board for you. In this category, we present boards and accessories for boards that haven't yet reached popularity such as Arduino or Raspberry Pi, but still offer interesting project possibilities sometimes complementing the most known boards.

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SeeedStudio ODYSSEY...

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SeeedStudio ODYSSEY X86J4105800 Win10 Mini PC 8GB RAM

ODYSSEY - X86J4105800 Mini PC Win10 Mas expandible (Linux y Arduino Core) con 8GB RAM. ODYSSEY le permite crear aplicaciones de Edge Computing con una CPU potente e interfaces de comunicación enriquecidas. Basado en Intel Celeron J4105, es una CPU de cuatro núcleos a 1.5GHz que se dispara hasta 2.5GHz. También hay un ATSAMD21 Core integrado, un ARM Cortex-M0 + MCU que le permite programar Arduino en la plataforma x86. Versión no activada sin eMMC. También obtenga el estuche re_computer, que no solo es compatible con ODYSSEY - X86J4105 sino también con todos los SBC populares.

Price €199.00
ODROID-GO

HK001

ODROID-GO

This one is a classic! Hardkernel, company of the fathers of well-known ODROID microcomputers, has hit the sweet spot with this old-school GameBoy emulator. Design your own games and improve the existing ones with only Arduino IDE knowledge!

Price €47.99
DSP Learning Board ZQ28335...

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DSP Learning Board ZQ28335 DSP28335 Microprocessor TMS320F28335

This product is a ZQ28335 development chart for learning including a TMS320F28335 processor with very broad features:. DSP Learning Board ZQ28335 DSP28335 Microprocessor TMS320F28335 features:
- Main processor TMS320F28335 32-bit digital high-speed floating point processor, the maximum working frequency is 150 MHz
- Memory on the chip: FLASH: 256Kx16 bit; SRAM: 34Kx16bit; Boot ROM: 8Kx16bit; OTP ROM: 1Kx16bit
- Peripherals on the chip: ePWM (improved PWM version): 12 tracks; HRPWM (high resolution PWM): 6 tracks; EQEP (enhanced version orthogonal coding pulse unit): 2 channels; ADC: 2X8 channels, 12 bits, 80 ns conversion time, 0 ~ 3V range

Price €68.00
DSP Learning Board C2000...

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DSP Learning Board C2000 DSP28335 Processor Texas Instruments TMS320F28335

This product is an SXD28335_QFP learning chart for development including a TMS320F28335 processor with very broad features:. DSP Learning Board C2000 DSP28335 Processor Texas Instruments TMS320F28335 features:
Letter SXD28335_QFP - Description of material: - Main processor TMS320F28335 32-bit digital high-speed floating point processor, the maximum working frequency is 150 MHz
- Memory on the chip: FLASH: 256Kx16 bit; SRAM: 34Kx16bit; Boot ROM: 8Kx16bit; OTP ROM: 1Kx16bit,
- Peripherals on the chip: ePWM (improved PWM version): 12 tracks; HRPWM (high resolution PWM): 6 tracks; EQEP (enhanced version orthogonal coding pulse unit): 2 channels; ADC: 2X8 channels, 12 bits, 80 ns conversion time, 0 ~ 3V range

Price €79.00
XDS100V2 Emulator DSP/ARM...

B0041

XDS100V2 Emulator DSP/ARM CCS4/5/6 XP/ WIN7/8/10 00IC USB2.0 Supports TI DSP/Core

The Spectrum Digital XDS100v2 is the second generation of the XDS100 family of debug probes (emulators) for IT processors.
The XDS100 family presents the lowest cost of the entire XDS family of debug probes while supporting the traditional JTAG standard (IEEE1149.1).
In addition, all XDS debug probes support Core and System Trace on all ARM and DSP processors that have an Embedded Trace Buffer (ETB). The Spectrum Digital XDS100v2 connects to the target board via a 14-pin TI connector and to the computer via high-speed USB 2.0 (480 Mbps).
It also requires a license of Code Composer Studio „¢ IDE running on the computer.
Support for Code Composer Studio V4 (Does not support Code Composer Studio V3.3). XDS100V2 Emulator DSP/ARM CCS4/5/6 XP/ WIN7/8/>

Price €45.00
Orange Pi Lite 512 MB DDR3...

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Orange Pi Lite 512 MB DDR3 with H3 Quad-Core 1.2 Ghz microprocessor and Wifi + antenna

Orange Pi Lite is a super small computer This version includes a camera connector.
Pi Zero is the heart of a Raspberry Pi on a small 68mm x 48mm board.
With HDMI, USB 2.0, micro-B OTG USB, 40-pin GPIO, external on-board Wi-Fi antenna with a Realtek 8189FTV chipset.
Orange Pi Lite 512 MB DDR3 with H3 Quad-Core 1.2 Ghz microprocessor and Wifi + antenna features:
- CPU: Allwinner H3 quad core ARM Cortex-A7 at 1.2 GHz
- GPU: ARM Mali-400 MP2 OpenGL ES 2.0 GPU,
- RAM: 512 Mbyte DDR3,
- Storage: microSD,
- USB:
- 2x USB 2.0 - 1x USB 2.0 OTG which is enabled in Linux armbian
- Network: Wi-Fi integrated on board with connector for external antenna included
- Outputs:
- Video: HMDI 2.0 1080p />

Price €28.00
Arduino compatible Attiny85...

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Arduino compatible Attiny85 Digispark board

Digispark is a development board based on the ATTINY85 microcontroller from ATMEL born in a successful campaign on Kickstarter.
Similar to the Arduino line , It is one of the smallest boards on the market.
Programmable directly from USB with the same Arduino tools. It has a built-in Micronucleus bootloader and can be replaced by similar ones such as the Trinket bootloader. Adafruit or others.
You can use many of the same Arduino libraries and you have your own on the digispark wiki. Arduino compatible Attiny85 Digispark board features:
- USB power supply
- External power supply (7v-35v DC 12v maximum recommended)
- 5V DC 500mA regulator on board
- Programmable with the Arduino IDE
- Loaded with Micronucleus bootloader

Price €2.89
Attiny85 Digispark USB...

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Attiny85 Digispark USB Development Board

Digispark is a development board based on the ATTINY85 microcontroller from ATMEL born in a successful campaign on Kickstarter.
Similar to the Arduino line , It is one of the smallest boards on the market.
Programmable directly from USB with the same Arduino tools. It has a built-in Micronucleus bootloader and can be replaced by similar ones such as the Trinket bootloader. Adafruit or others.
You can use many of the same Arduino libraries and have your own on the digispark wiki. Attiny85 Digispark USB Development Board features:
-USB power supply
-External power supply (7v-35v DC 12v maximum recommended)
-5V DC 500mA regulator on board
-Programmable with the Arduino IDE
-Loaded with Micronucleus bootloader

Price €2.89
NanoPi NEO Plus2

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NanoPi NEO Plus2

CPU Model: Allwinner H5
Number of Cores: 64-bit Quad-Core
Frequency:4* Cortex-A53 1.5GHz Memroy RAM: 1GB DDR3 Storage eMMC: 8GB
MicroSD Slot: MicroSD*1 for external storage up to 128GB Connectivity Ethernet: Gbps Ethernet, RTL8211E-VB-CG chip
WiFi: 802.11b/g/n
Bluetooth: 4.0 dual mode
Antenna: IPX Connector*1 Audio Input/Output: 2.0mm pitch 5 pin-header USB USB 2.0*1: USB 2.0 Host Type A
USB pin header*2
MicroUSB*1: Power input(5V/2A) Pin-header GPIO 1: 24Pin, 2.54mm pitch double-row pin-header containing UART, SPI, I2C and IO GPIO 2:
12Pin, 2.54mm pitch pin-header containing USB, IR receiver,I2S and IO Serial Debug Port: 2.54mm pitch 4pin-header Button Power Key*1
Reset Key*1
MASKROM(BOOT) Key*1

Price €52.90

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What to take into consideration when selecting a development board to begin with?

Raspberry Pi or Orange Pi? Maybe Orange or Banana? Variety is blessing in disguise, as it can bring more confusion than benefits. There are several approaches to selecting the development board, but the one we are the most bound to is to look at the availability of materials first. This goes hand in hand with popularity of the board or system you want to play with. And as such Arduino (and Arduino compatible) boards are one of the best covered in the Internet, similarly to Raspberry. Obviously, original parts and components always come better equipped as you will have libraries developed by the producer together with guides and tutorials, which make life significantly easier. However, if you want to charter into new territories some of the less popular boards can have a lot to offer. Just be sure that you are aware of where to find materials and how reliable they are before delving into the gadget. For more detailed comparisons between the boards please visit our blog.

Advanced functional boards

Obviously, the answer to the above question changes slightly, when you are a most advanced programmer and look to extend you possibilities to more complex system. Then ready made library availability might not be of such an essence given ability to adjust the code and high performance boards would be probably the best choice for you. We can source them for you as well if you can't find them in our current offering.