Arduino MKR WiFi 1010

The Arduino MKR WiFi 1010 is the successor to the Arduino MKR 1000 WiFi, which combined the functionality of the Arduino Zero with a Wi-Fi shield, and therefore lowered the entry barrier to creating internet-connected projects. Being an official Arduino product, getting started with it is really easy. You have to install the board, load the example sketch, and enter your router username and password, and your device is online. If you have ever worked with an Arduino Wi-Fi shield before, you probably do not have the best of memories as there were many things that could go wrong, leading to hours of debugging work. With the MKR series, this all became easier. The MKR 1000 also includes a battery socket, which makes building ...

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