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junko.yoshida
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Re: pcDuino experience?
junko.yoshida   4/10/2014 8:49:00 AM
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@LouisPro, thanks for your comment. It's great to get a review on pcDuino based on real experience! 

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Re: pcDuino experience?
LouisPro   4/10/2014 5:27:41 AM
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Pcduino is the most versatile, powerful and robust development platform I have used. I have used it in robotics, signage, electronic control and various other applications. This is the development platform you are looking for. I have dropped, left it in the sun, burnt traces etc. and it still works... From beginner to professional this will have the power to support your ideas. This platform is only limited by the size of your own imagination. Android is also available as an OS ;)

 

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Re: pcDuino Not a PC
junko.yoshida   4/10/2014 5:18:22 AM
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Etmax, thanks for your comment. I am glad that the story was helpful. Please keep us posted with your pcDuino experience!

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Re: pcDuino experience?
junko.yoshida   4/10/2014 5:17:18 AM
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Oh great! I did see a slide showing kids using bananas to play scratch!

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pcDuino Not a PC
Etmax   4/10/2014 1:55:47 AM
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Thanks Junko for posting this. I often wondered what pcDuino was and where the PC came into it. It now makes sense.

I must get one to have a play.

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Alvin2000   4/9/2014 11:37:09 PM
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pcDuino is cool, my son uses it to play Scratch. 

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pcDuino experience?
junko.yoshida   4/9/2014 8:07:50 PM
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Does anyone out there have any experience in using pcDuino?

The curious mind wants to know.



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