Newt, a low-power open source display powered by an ESP32-S2 module
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Newt, a low-power open source display powered by an ESP32-S2 module

A campaign was launched on Crowdsupply for Newt, which is a battery-powered, always-on, wall-mountable display that can go online to retrieve weather, calendars, sports scores, to-do lists, quotes. Newt is powered by an ESP32-S2 microcontroller which enables you to program with...

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Inkplate 6PLUS: Verstaile, easy-to-use and energy-efficient Wi-Fi enabled 6-inch e-paper display
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Inkplate 6PLUS: Verstaile, easy-to-use and energy-efficient Wi-Fi enabled 6-inch e-paper display

E-paper displays are fascinating. They mimic the appearance of ordinary ink on paper, and they look brilliant! E-Paper displays make reading comfortable and provide a wider viewing angle than most light-emitting displays. An idle E-Paper display can be easily viewed in direct sunlight...

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Raspberry Pi Dives Into The Microcontroller World With The New Raspberry Pi Pico
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Raspberry Pi Dives Into The Microcontroller World With The New Raspberry Pi Pico

Today, we woke up to some very interesting news. The Raspberry Pi foundation is finally taking their first steps in Arduino territory! Well, not quite, as they are more working together than rivaling each other. After both companies dominate the maker market with their widely popular,...

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$6 WT32-ETH01 is a Tiny ESP32 board with Ethernet
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$6 WT32-ETH01 is a Tiny ESP32 board with Ethernet

We have seen how good the ESP32 series of microcontrollers is, as they are probably the second favorite (only dethroned by the mighty Arduino boards) among makers, with their connectivity being their strongest suit, making it easy to develop IoT applications with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth...

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Wemo’s launches W600-PICO that supports Micro-Python for only $2
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Wemo’s launches W600-PICO that supports Micro-Python for only $2

W600 – PICO is currently the most recent board released by Wemos. The company is responsible for boards like the D1 and D32. This board is based on a Winner Micro - W600 SoC. The first time users had the opportunity to work with the chip when Seeed released multiple boards starting from...

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Meet the STM32 “Black Pill” Development Board
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Meet the STM32 “Black Pill” Development Board

After playing second (maybe third?) fiddle for a while to a range of maker-friendly boards from Arduino and others, STMicro finally got it right with the STM32F103C8T6 Arm Cortex-M3 microcontroller-based "BluePill" development board which can be programmed using the Arduino IDE. As all...

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The Maixduino – Sipeed’s New Neural Network MAix-Based Board
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The Maixduino – Sipeed’s New Neural Network MAix-Based Board

Sipeed released their 64-bit RISC-V MAix module at the end of last year, crowdfunding a series of boards on Indiegogo built majorly to do machine learning inferencing at the edge, with no cloud needed. There has been a lot of work put in, to document and support the MAix module,...

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Pyboard D Series MicroPython Board Features STM32F7 MCU, WiFi and Bluetooth
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Pyboard D Series MicroPython Board Features STM32F7 MCU, WiFi and Bluetooth

Pyboard D-series (aka Pyboard D, or just PyBD) board was introduced during the Micropython presentation at FOSDEM 2019 and it's build around a faster STM32F7 Cortex-M7 MCU, with 512Kb of RAM, and 2Mb of Flash, as well as built-in WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. It also features a pair...

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