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PyBadge for MakeCode Arcade

Adafruit PyBadge for MakeCode Arcade is a versatile, compact development board that evaluates the ATSAMD51J19 Cortex M4 processor. The credit-card-sized board can run CircuitPython programming language, MakeCode Arcade code editor or the Arduino open-source electronics platform. The board features 512KB of Flash and 192KB of RAM. The device also has 2MB of Quad Serial Peripheral Interface (QSPI) Flash for file storage, which is ideal for images, fonts, sounds, or game assets. The board has a thin-film-transistor display with dimmable backlight with 8 silicone-top buttons. The buttons are arranged to mimic a gaming handheld.

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Development Boards & Kits - ARM Adafruit PyBadge for MakeCode Arcade CircuitPython or Arduino

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PyBadge for MakeCode Arcade

Adafruit PyBadge for MakeCode Arcade is a versatile, compact development board that evaluates the ATSAMD51J19 Cortex M4 processor. The credit-card-sized board can run CircuitPython programming language, MakeCode Arcade code editor or the Arduino open-source electronics platform. The board features 512KB of Flash and 192KB of RAM. The device also has 2MB of Quad Serial Peripheral Interface (QSPI) Flash for file storage, which is ideal for images, fonts, sounds, or game assets. The board has a thin-film-transistor display with dimmable backlight with 8 silicone-top buttons. The buttons are arranged to mimic a gaming handheld.