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Small size, great power! Microduino and mCookie bring powerful, small, stackable electronic hardware to makers, designers, engineers, students and curious tinkerers of all ages. Build open-source projects or create innovative new ones.

All Microduino and mCookie boards are Arduino-compatible. Experienced makers can write their own programs in the Arduino IDE and upload their code to the hardware via USB, while novices can take advantage of open-source Scratch programming to drag and drop pre-written code.

Microduino dramatically decreases the size and cost of design prototyping, improves flexibility of Arduino-compatible boards, and enhances the user experience for any age or skill level.

Microduino and mCookie modules, sensors and accessories are perfect for idea realization, prototype development, low-volume production and old-fashioned fun.

Microduino Upin27 Series

Microduino Series


Microduino Tutorials and Projects


mCookie UPin27 Series

mCookie Series


mCookie Tutorials and Projects


MicroWrt HPin44 Series

MicroWrt Series


MicroWrt Tutorials and Projects


MicroPi HPin88 Series

MicroPi Series


MicroPi Tutorials and Projects


Microduino Sensor Series

Microduino Sensor Series


Microduino Sensor Tutorials and Projects


Additional Information

Microduino Community Projects:
Microduino IDE Github Repository: [Microduino-IDE]
Microduino Getting Started: AVR Core: Getting Started
mCookie Frequently Asked Questions: FAQ

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