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The Edison packs a host of features, including Wi Fi (802.11a/b/g/n), Bluetooth (4.0 and 2.1 EDR), UARTs, IC, SPI, USB, and 40 GPIO.
It’s driven by a 32-bit Intel® Atom™ Processor clocked at 500MHz, supported by 1GB of LPDDR3 RAM and 4GB e MMC flash memory.
You can grab the latest version of the Arduino for Edison software by clicking the button below.
It’s tiny enough to embed into wearable projects, versatile enough to manage internet-of-things applications, and powerful enough to control robotics platforms.But, if you’re just getting started with embedded development, Arduino may be the easiest place to begin.Using Arduino to develop on the Edison requires a custom version of the IDE.To keep the platform small, all of the I/O pins are broken out to a 70-pin Hirose DF40C connector.These fine-pitch connectors are great for keeping things small, but can be difficult to interface with.