Adafruit's FLORA is a round, sewable, Arduino-compatible microcontroller designed to empower amazing wearables projects.
Adafruit's circuit playground express is the next step towards a perfect introduction to electronics and programming.
The Cyclone® III FPGA family from Intel® broadens the number of high-volume, cost-sensitive applications that can benefit from an FPGA.
Texas Instruments' MSP430F54xx microcontrollers feature a low supply-voltage range and an ultra-low power consumption.
Microchip's extreme low-power microcontrollers feature nanoWatt XLP technology offering one of the industry's lowest currents for sleep.
Microchip unveils MPLAB X IDE open-source integrated development environment with cross-platform support for Linux®, Mac OS®, and Windows® users.
Silicon Labs' EFM32 Giant Gecko Kit has optional USB connectivity and TFT display drivers, and a 400 nA energy mode.
Outperforming any other available 8-, 16-, and 32-bit solution, Silicon Labs' EFM32LG includes autonomous and energy efficient peripherals.
Arria® II GX FPGA development kit from Intel® enables users to develop and test PCI Express designs.
The Cyclone® IV GX transceiver starter board from Intel® enables users to develop FPGA design for cost-sensitive applications.
The Cyclone® IV GX transceiver starter kit from Intel® provides a low-cost platform for developing transceiver I/O-based FPGA designs.
Intel® offers Cyclone® IV FPGAs with a transceiver variant which are ideal for high-volume, cost-sensitive applications.
The Max® V CPLD development kit from Intel® is a comprehensive, low-cost hardware platform for developing low-cost, low-power CPLD designs.
Analog Devices ADuC7122 is a fully integrated, 1 MSPS, 12-bit data acquisition system, incorporating high performance multichannel ADCs.
ADI's ADSP-BF592 Blackfin embedded processor offers performance up to 400 MHz and reduced static power consumption.
Arduino's Uno microcontroller board is based on the ATmega328 and features 14 digital input/output pins, 6 analog input pins, and 32 KB of Flash memory.
Arduino's Mega 2560 microcontroller board, based on the ATmega2560, features 54 digital I/O pins, 16 analog input pins, and 256 KB of Flash memory.
Microchip's AT91SAM embedded MPUs, including SAM9G45 and SAM9M10, are based on the ARM926 CPU with operating frequencies up to 400 MHz.
Microchip's QT600 development kit is a complete touch development kit for buttons, sliders, and wheels which supports both QTouch and QMatrix™ acquisition methods.
Microchip's XMEGAs, with integrated ultra-low-power LCD controllers, need only 3 µA to run the LCD display and include built-in contrast control.