Ardweeny

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Ardweeny

Postby slurp on Fri Dec 18, 2009 9:30 pm

Another interesting find... Solarbotics Ardweeny which was inspired by Kimio Kosaka's One Chip Arduino.

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Re: Ardweeny

Postby slurp on Mon Feb 14, 2011 7:35 pm

A little bigger and not so cheap is the Arduino Nano. The form of the still suits the minisumo format and they're now available form Farnell:- 1848691 - Arduino Nano. Unlike the Ardweeny, this has the USB built in, no additional hardware (other than USB cable) is required.

They're competitively priced but alternative sources can be found here:- arduino.cc/en/Main/Buy

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Low Cost Nano

Postby slurp on Sat Dec 12, 2015 7:07 pm

I've found some alternative supplies, clones of Nano that really gets the the price down and makes these devices more accessible.

http://www.aliexpress.com/ has the Nano V3.0 for as little as £1.20, having purchased one they're certainly good quality boards. If you're looking for something tiny to tuck away, have a search on AliExpress for ATTINY85, there's some interesting Arduino compatible devices under £1.

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