Bringing GPS to a board the size of an Arduino Mini, the Navspark looks like a great little board for geo-location based projects
The White Bread Shield is a prototyping board, that is designed in the pattern of an Arduino for quick prototyping of shields.
plug.ee is a smart socket to control your appliances. It can be controlled from your phone, and has a smart learning capability.
The touch board lets you add interactivity to your project using any conductive material, including special conductive paint.
Gameduino 2 can run beautiful games, similar to iOS and Android, thanks to it’s 32-bit colour touchscreen and integrated GPU.
There’s loads of Arduino Starter Kits you can choose from. We look at Arduino’s own starter kit, and see what’s inside.
The GPS Cookie is an Arduino-compatible, open-source GPS logger. You can create your own firmware and projects where you need GPS data.
The Galileo is a collaboration board between Intel and Arduino; running Linux, an Arduino pin layout, and industry standard connections.
Microduino is an Arduino-compatible board that’s a square inch in size. It has a clever stacking system and a variety of shields.
Mariamole looks a lot like a ‘regular’ IDE such as Visual Studio and adds some much needed features for Arduino development.