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Arduino Kit in a Briefcase (with Harder to Lose Pieces)

The Arduino micro-controller has been around for a while now and has become the default go-to for electronics and programming education and Maker projects.  One of the big downsides of Arduino kits has been how easy it is to lose the many little components that come with the kits.

Thanks to Dan Alich, a high school math teacher from North Carolina, that problem is solved with DuinoKit:


With DuinoKit, the majority of the components are soldered directly to a board, reminiscent of the Radio Shack electronic kits from the '80s, making it nearly impossible to lose all those buttons, lights, and resistors. The whole kit comes inside of a fancy aluminum briefcase and also contains documentation for a number of projects to help you get started.

Computer for programming the Arduino sold seperately.

Website: duinokit.com


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