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The BBC Micro:bit is a tiny pocket-sized computer, it introduces you to how software and hardware work together. Best choice for students learning about programming languages like Scratch and python. Micro:bit has LED, buttons, sensors, and many input/output features. It can be programmed by connecting to your computer.
You can use Microsoft MakeCode, Python, Scratch, Swift Playgrounds, EduBlocks, Arm mbed, and Mu editor to program your micro:bit. If you are using a mobile device like a phone or tablet, iOS and Android apps that let you program your micro:bit using MakeCode. The code can be transferred from your mobile to the micro:bit using a Bluetooth radio connection, so no data cables needed.
Micro: bit MB80 Kit contains a micro: bit board and a quick start guide. This is the best option for makers to get started with micro: bit projects. This product requires a USB cable for programming purposes. This board can be programmed using a variety of software and even you can use your mobile phone for programming this micro: bit board. The micro: bit is completely programmable. That means each of its LEDs can be individually programmed as can its buttons, inputs and outputs, accelerometer, magnetometer, and Bluetooth Smart Technology.