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Thread: BBC micro:bit nRF51822 impressions
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Guess one could compare several dimensions of a phase space ...

- CPU speed,

- RAM,

- Flash,

- included peripherals in CPU,

- included peripherals on PCB,

- diversity of development environments across operating systems,

- power options,

- prototyping connectivity.

In every dimension the BBC micro:bit is superior to an Arduino Uno,
which is the other device I'm teaching with.  But perhaps more
comparable to an Arduino 101 or MKR1000.

On Thu, Nov 09, 2017 at 02:27:06PM +0100, Kevin McGuinness wrote:
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