Review of the Kitronik Inventor’s Kit for the micro:bit by Tony Goodhew

Tony Goodhew has done an extensive, exhaustive and detailed review of the Inventor’s Kit for micro:bit from Kitronik over on the Element 14 website.

The kit contains everything you need to get going with the micro:bit including a base board to place things on and a pin expanded board to allow you to access all the GPIO pins of the micro:bit. It comes with a motor, a buzzer, LEDs, buttons, all kinds of good things.

You can read the review here.

You can buy the kit from Element 14 or, indeed, from Kitronik themselves.

2 comments for “Review of the Kitronik Inventor’s Kit for the micro:bit by Tony Goodhew

  1. Bonzadog
    12 May 2020 at 1:49 pm

    Is there some way I can filter out the micro:bit material. I personally have no interest in it and want to stop unnecessary mails.

    • Michael Horne
      13 May 2020 at 11:40 am

      Possibly RSS something something? Not sure. Doubt I can make it not email out something tagged with microbit unless I write it and my PHP is hopeless… Shouldn’t be too many, anyway.

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