Archive for the ‘Product Reviews’ Category
Enter the serial LCD Alternative – Seetron 4-line, 16-character Serial OLED Display which I recently had an opportunity to work with, thanks to Scott of Scott Edwards Electronics Inc., the manufacturer of this great device.
I will be using the display in a couple of projects I’m working on but I could not resist to check it out as soon as possible and that’s how the demo application you see below came about Read the rest of this entry »
So, I ‘ve got myself a new point-and-shoot digital camera – FujiFilm FinePix F300EXR, pictured above. I’ve had a great experience with an older FujiFil camera – FinePix Z – and thought that you cannot go wrong with these guys, especially given the impressive set of F300EXR features – 15x optical zoom, 12M Pixels sensor, bunch of preset shooting mode and even a panoramic mode which I never had on a camera before. Well, not so fast … Read the rest of this entry »
I recently had an opportunity to add a new tool to my MCU development toolbox – an Arduino Nano V3.0. Newark – an electronic components distributor – was kind enough to send this little board for review. Arduino Nano is but one of their range of Arduino boards and shields and its tiny size which does not sacrifice performance or capabilities made it especially attractive to me. I have several Arduino-based projects lined up that could use smaller size boards and, based on the results I got so far, the Nano will definitely be a part of one of them in the future.
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