Introduction: BBC Micro:bit | First Look

The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized, codable computer that allows anyone to get creative with technology. Made possible through a major partnership with 31 organisations, a micro:bit has been given to every 11 or 12 year old child in year 7 or equivalent across the UK, for free. Source : Mbed (

Can be programmed with high-level online IDEs using the BBC's website at including: Microsoft TouchDevelop IDE Microsoft Blocks CodeKingdoms Javascript MicroPython mbed enabled Online IDE at Easy to use C/C++ SDK Dedicated micro:bit runtime libraries for rapid development (developed by Lancaster University)

Nordic nRF51822 Multi-protocol Bluetooth® 4.0 low energy/2.4GHz RF SoC 32-bit ARM Cortex M0 processor (16MHz) 16kB RAM 256kB Flash Bluetooth Low Energy Master/Slave capable Input/Output 25 LED Matrix Freescale MMA8652 3-axis Accelerometer Freescale MAG3110 3-axis Magnetometer (e-compass) Push Button x2 USB and Edge connector Serial I/O 2/3 reconfigurable PWM outputs 5 x Banana/Croc-clip connectors Edge connector 6 x Analog In 6-17 GPIO (configuration dependent) SPI i2c USB Micro B connector JST power connector (3v)


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