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    Micro:bit V2 GO

    Manufacturer: micro:bit
    With the micro:bit Go Bundle you have a complete set to get started coding right away. This bundle includes a micro:bit board, micro USB cable, battery holder and 2x AAA batteries.

    The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that introduces you to how software and hardware work together. It has an LED light display, buttons, sensors and many input/output features that, when programmed, let it interact with you and your world. The new micro:bit V2.2 with sound adds a built-in microphone and speaker, as well as an extra touch input button and a power button.

    For more information please see below

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    Key Features

    • 25 LED matrix on the board where you can scroll messages or display numbers
    • Accelerometer to detect movement or tilting
    • Compass
    • Bluetooth connection to interact with the internet or other devices
    • 2 user input buttons
    • Micro USB connection to use with PC for programming
    • Port for a battery pack
    • ARM Cortex-M4 CPU
    • Built-in speaker and microphone
    • 20 pin edge connector along the bottom of the board

    New Features (exclusive to the micro:bit V2)

    • On-board speaker
    • MEMS Microphone with LED indicator
    • Touch sensitive Logo
    • Built in sleep/off mode (enabling the board to be powered down whilst batteries remain connected)
    • Discreate regulator (to supply up to 200mA of current to external accessories)

    Package contents

    • Micro:bit V2.2
    • short USB to micro-USB cable
    • 2 AAA-batteries
    • Battery holder for 2 AAA- batteries with JST connector
    • Manual
    Products specifications
    Device TypeBoards, Modules & Sensors
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