Genuino 101 Powered by Intel Genuino 101 Bluetooth Genuino 101

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Genuino 101 Development Board powered by Intel

The Genuino 101 Development Board powered by Intel, and developed by Arduino and Intel®, is an educational tool for beginners to electronics and programming. The more experienced among you can also use the board to prototype IoT designs such as wearables and Smart home/leisure devices. A successor to the Arduino Uno, the Genuino 101 board features extra functionality, notably Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), a six-axis accelerometer and a gyroscope.

Features & Benefits of the Genuino 101 Development Board
•Powered by the Intel® Curie™ microcontroller
-32-bit Intel® Quark™ microcontroller
-384 kB flash memory
-80 kB SRAM
-DSP sensor hub
-6-axis combo sensor with accelerometer and gyroscope to support mobile usage
-Bluetooth connectivity (GAP, GATT, DIS)
-Compatible with Windows, MAC OS and Linux
-Real-time RTOS operating system with continuous Intel development (available as open source in March 2016)
-Access to Arduino IDE for development support
•Dual core architecture for faster compiling
•14 digital I/O pins
•5 analogue pins
•1 x 1.1 USB port for serial communication and sketch upload
•JTAG debug port
•Overvoltage protection
•Power jack
•ICSP header with SPI signals
•I2C pins
•Status LEDs
-1 Green LED on D13
-1 Green LED for activity
-1 Green LED for power
-1 Red LED for faults
•Dimensions: 70 x 55 x 20 mm

Arduino Uno and the Genuino 101 Board
Both the Arduino Uno and the Genuino 101 board are close relations. The Genuino 101 development board features the same form factor and peripherals to the Uno. With the added Intel® Curie™ chip, your accessibility options are expanded with Bluetooth and the accelerometer/gyroscope motion sensors.

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Attribute Value
Technology Bluetooth
Device Core 32 bit Quark
Processor Type MCU
Discontinued product