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September 7, 2009 AT 4:17 pm

100k Arduinos sold?

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The power of tinkering with gadgets @ Life & Style… We think it’s either close or at the 100k mark by now too…

Look at any recent electronic art installation and the chances are that behind the scenes there’s an arduino. In fact, Deschamps-Sonsino believes more than 100,000 arduino boards have now been sold around the world, although it is difficult to give an exact figure — in keeping with the open ethos of the movement, plans are available that allow people to make their own.


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2 Comments

  1. Wonder how static-sensitive they are? No wrist straps in evidence?

  2. The one I use seems pretty rugged.

    Maybe I’m just lucky.

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