Arduino UNO, DIP IC, with USB Cable


Arduino boards are open-source programmable circuits that allow easy electronics prototyping and ability to make amazing interactive projects using sensors, motors, lights and sounds. Arduino is designed to be easy to use with many modules available for different types of projects, an easy programming language and interface and simplified software.

The Arduino UNO is the most famous and commonly used Arduino board all over the world. It has 14 Digital I/O pins, 6 Analog Pins and many built-in features and peripherals for making awesome projects and robots.

We have an Arduino Uno in our Pop Up Learning Starter Kit as well, which has all the necessary components to get you started with learning Arduino and making projects, check it out at Arduino Starter Kit.

Arduino Starter Kit

    • A new age coding gift for your child
    • Easy and simple to learn through video tutorials
    • Develops programming and basic electronics skills
    • No electrical shock, SAFE to use
    • Stimulate electronics learning
    • Give hands-on practice on circuits
    • For ages 10 and above
    • No soldering required

nRF52 Development Kit


The nRF52 DK is a versatile single board development kit for Bluetooth 5, Bluetooth mesh, NFC, ANT and 2.4 GHz proprietary applications on the nRF52810 and nRF52832 SoCs.

Raspberry Pi 3 B


A Raspberry Pi is a palm-sized computer you can use to create fun projects, learn to code, play games, make IoT projects, learn about machine learning, artificial intelligence and much more!

It is a very cheap computer that runs on Linux and provides a set of GPIO (general purpose input/output) pins thereby allowing one to control electronic components for physical computing and explore the world of IoT.

Across the world, Raspberry Pi is being used to develop programming skills, build hardware projects, do home automation, and even use them in industrial applications.

Arduino UNO SMD IC with USB Cable


The Arduino Uno Rev3 SMD has an 8-bit processor clocked at 16 MHz and a comprehensive pinout offering electronics engineers of all levels lots of possibilities.

With Arduino, you also enjoy the benefits of a simplified open-source programming environment, accessible to both beginners and experienced robotics enthusiasts.

Mediatek Linkit ONE Development Board


The LinkIt ONE development board is an open source, high-performance board for prototyping Wearables and IoT devices. Arduino compatible with shields, sensors, modules etc. It is essentially a phone without a screen awaiting to be programmed and turned into an awesome IoT / connected project

Teensy 3.1 with USB Cable


The Teensy 3.1 is a 32 bit ARM Cortex microprocessor in a breadboard friendly package which is extremely powerful and packed with highlyuseful peripherals and features and also Arduino friendly with the Teensyduino Arduino add-on.

You can program Teensy in your favourite editor using C or you can install the Teensyduino add-on for the Arduino IDE and write Arduino sketches for Teensy!

More information about teensy is here:

FlySky FS-i6S Transmitter RC Remote with FS-iA6B Receiver


This systems width ranges from 2.4055GHz to 2.475GHz. This is divided into 140 channels. Each transmitter hops between 16 channels in order to reduce interference from other transmitters.

Transmitter and Receiver pair for your RC Hobby experiments and projects

RedBearLab Blend Micro v1 with USB Cable


Have you ever wanted an easy way to connect your Arduino to your phone? The Blend Micro from RedBearLab is an Arduino-compatible development board that includes a Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE) module for connecting with phones and computers.