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Newsletter October 12th 2022


New RP2040 Board, EDU:BIT kit and more

Welcome to this week's newsletter, we've got the new RP2040 Board, EDU:BIT kit and a great selection of Arduino boards.


Maker Pi RP2040 : Simplifying Robotics with Raspberry Pi RP2040

Maker Pi RP2040

£11.99 inc VAT

Cytron Maker Pi RP2040 features the first microcontroller designed by Raspberry Pi - RP2040, embedded on a robot controller board. This board comes with a dual channel DC motor driver, 4 servo motor ports and 7 Grove I/O connectors, ready for your next DIY robot/motion control project while trying out the new RP2040 chip.


EDU:BIT Training & Project Kit for micro:bit

This beginner-friendly micro:bit kit is specially designed to encourage kids to explore STEAM/STEM and learn to code. You can easily program EDU:BIT using the open-sourced Microsoft MakeCode Editor. Just add the EDU:BIT MakeCode Extension and you're good to go. If you're a beginner, you can start with the block programming mode; simply drag, drop and snap the coding blocks together. For more advanced users, you can easily switch to JavaScript or Python mode on MakeCode Editor for text-based programming.


Training & Project Kit for micro:bit

£30.99 inc VAT


All things Arduino

Arduino UNO Mini

Limited Edition

£39.98 inc VAT

The world's favourite development board has gone mini. Everything in this version of the Arduino UNO is unique. Black and gold, finishing, elegant design and packaging, all delivered to the highest standard. A little jewel to celebrate the Arduino community and what they’ve been doing together for all these years.

Each item is unique and numbered on the PCB, and includes a hand-signed letter from the founders. It’s a limited edition, so get it while it’s in stock!

UNO WiFi - R2

£44.99 inc VAT

Uno - R3

£19.19 inc VAT

Mega 2560 R3

£36.00 inc VAT


£19.19 inc VAT

Inventors Kit

£25.19 inc VAT


Robotic Arm Breakdown

Robotic arms are a showcase of engineering innovation, they're used is all sorts of complex assembly lines from cars to food production but how do they work? In this blog we're going to take a look at some robotic arms and also look at some of the main features most robotic arms will have.


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