While the $35 Raspberry Pi computer gets a lot of kudos for being a cheap way to get into hardware hacks, Texas Instruments’ $13 Stellaris LaunchPad could soon steal the spotlight.
The LaunchPad is an ARM-based single-board kit that will let you tinker with hardware and coding at an incredibly low price. Even if you’re an amateur hacker, there’s nothing wrong with trying this out because it’s only 13 freaking dollars.
Check out the Stellaris LaunchPad’s specs:
The evaluation LaunchPad board comes with a USB cable. For software, documentation, and more, simply check out Texas Instruments’ Wiki to get started.
For more on Stellaris LaunchPad, check out the video below:
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