Meet the LattePanda, a tiny Windows 10 PC for the Internet of Things

Meet the LattePanda, a tiny Windows 10 PC for the Internet of Things:

  • Code needs to be pushed to the Arduino side of the board using a serial connection.
  • Single board computers are the key to developing the Internet of Things.
  • While you’re not getting the direct access to GPIO that you’d get with, say Windows 10 IoT Core and a Raspberry Pi, you are getting a combined development platform and IoT device.
  • There are two Atom GPIO ports, but most of what you want to do will need to be handled by writing code on the Windows-side of the LattePanda, and then using the deployment tools in either Visual Studio or the Arduino IDE to push code to the Arduino and then run it separately from the Windows platform.
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@Atmel: “Meet the LattePanda, a tiny Windows 10 PC for the Internet of Things:”


Single board computers are the key to developing the Internet of Things. The Arduino-compatible LattePanda is a full Windows 10 device.


Meet the LattePanda, a tiny Windows 10 PC for the Internet of Things

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