News First 'Pi Silicon' Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect Spotted

Findecanor

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The board has 30 pins in total, compared to 40 pins in total on the Raspberry Pi Pico.

The classic Arduino Nano has 22 GPIO pins, and I would be surprised if this new board's pinout would be different.
A Pico has 26 GPIO pins out of 30 supported by the RP2040 chip.
 

OldSurferDude

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I was disappointed with the Pi Pico because the development environment appeared to be pretty clunky. I have found the Arduino IDE very useable (yeah, it has some problems.) This, in and of itself, IMHO, makes it a better choice.

The execute-in-place hardware will make very compelling (putting your code into external flash)

The price will certainly dictate how I would be using it.
 

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