BBC micro:bit Go Bundle
The BBC micro:bit is the newest and easiest way to learn programming and electronics, and it's here in Australia!
This pocket-sized computer was designed specifically for kids with no prior experience to programming or electronics. Although it's smaller than a credit card, it packs a lot of functionality! This little computer has a built-in Bluetooth LE radio, two programmable buttons, 25 programmable LEDs, a light sensor, temperature sensor, an accelerometer, a magnetometer, an expansion port with 5 alligator -clip friendly pads, additional card-edge contacts for 19 total I/O pins, and it's completely programmable in easy-to-use software. You can use MakeCode for a non-intimidating approach to programming, or Micropython for more of a challenge. Advanced programmers can use mbed for super-powerful C or C++ programming.
This is the micro:bit Go Bundle, the perfect starter kit for the BBC micro:bit. It has everything you need to get started with learning about hardware and software. It includes batteries, a battery holder and a USB cable. With it, you can begin with creating your own games or get LEDs blinking in fun patterns, to name a few examples.
The micro:bit Go Bundle contains:
Micro USB cable, 6" end-to-end
2 x AAA battery holder
2 x AAA battery
For more information, visit http://microbit.org/
To get a query looked at by micro:bit support engineers: http://support.microbit.org/
For technical info and to try and find the answer: http://tech.microbit.org/
To access a vibrant community of enthusiasts: http://tech.microbit.org/get-involved/where-to-find/
Product Dimensions: 52.0mm x 43.0mm x 11.0mm / 2.0" x 1.7" x 0.4"
Product Weight: 9.0g / 0.3oz