Intel and Arduino have come together to bring a development platform at entry level price. Intel’s Curie Compute Module will power Arduino 101 boards which is an updated version and successor of UNO.
Arduino 101 offers a low cost entry level pricing making it accessible to a lot of makers and DIY freaks. It features a 32-bit Intel microcontroller for minimal power consumption along with 384kB flash memory and 80kB of SRAM. The board operating voltage and I/O is 3.3V but all pins are protected against 5V overvoltage.
Arduino 101 is aimed at DIY enthusiasts and hobbyists who want to prototype their product but are conscious of the costs. It offers a wide variety of expansion options provided by third party shield designers.
Arduino 101 is incorporated as part of Creative Technologies in the Classroom (CTC) physical computing courseware which is developed and tested by Arduino for enabling the introduction of electronics programming in schools.
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