Boasting the advanced features of the Intel® Curie™ module, Arduino’s open source hardware and software platforms are compatible with a wide variety of third party expansion options, the Arduino 101 board makes it easier to learn the basics and get started as a maker.
This low-cost system features a 32-bit Intel® Quark™ microcontroller for minimal power consumption, 384 kB of flash memory, 80 kB of SRAM, an integrated DSP sensor hub, Bluetooth* Low Energy radio, and 6-axis combo sensor with accelerometer and gyroscope, so users can accomplish the most demanding tasks.
We unbox the Intel Edison kit for Arduino and show you how to assemble it.
Check out starter kits from Seeed Studios, SparkFun, and DFRobot.
Start planning your first project. Get inspiration from these projects, there's one for every skill level.
Get introduced to the Intel Galileo platform: The first in the Maker Sessions from MAKE and Intel starts with an introduction to the Intel Galileo development board.
Check out the Intel® IoT Developer Kit from Seeed Studios, a complete hardware and software solution to help you create innovative projects.
Get inspiration from other makers and start planning your next project.
A complete hardware and software solution to help you create innovative projects. Includes: Base Shield v2, Grove; Buzzer, Grove; Button, Grove; LED, Grove; Rotary Angle, Grove; Sound Sensor, Grove; Smart Relay, Grove; Temperature, Grove; Touch Sensor, Grove; Light Sensor, Grove; Mini Servo, Grove; LCD RGB Backlight 8GB Micro SD Card with an SD Card Adapter, 9V to Barrel Jack Adapter; 126 mm, 26AWG Grove Cable, Micro USB Cable, Serial Cable, Ethernet Cable.