It's the fourth week of November and we are back with "Seeed Weekly Wiki Updates" as promised. This week was also filled with a lot of fun stuff at Seeed and we are happy to update you all with what we have done at Seeed Wiki.
As you all know, Seeed Wiki is a dedicated platform where we provide the proper guidance and support you need when getting started with our products. We put a lot of effort to make this platform more user friendly because we want to enable the learning of electronics in a more systematic approach.
We will bring you all these wiki updates in a weekly basis. So stay tuned with us and don't forget to visit this page again next week!
New Wiki Added¶
Wio Terminal Chassis Battery(650mAh) Wiki¶
The Wio Terminal Battery Chassis is a must-have extension board for Wio Terminal Dev Board as it provides an external power source for Wio Terminal to enhance its portability and compactness. The new version of the Wio Terminal Battery Chassis has added the Texas Instrument's BQ27441-G1A - self-calibrating, I2C-based fuel gauge for lithium polymer (LiPo) batteries which can be used to measures your battery's voltage to estimate its charge percentage and remaining capacity! Learn more about how to get started here!
Quantum Mini Linux Development Kit Wiki¶
Quantum Mini Linux Dev. Kit is possibly the smallest Linux development board on the market, a highly integrated kit with quad-core CPU that can run Linux at only 40mm x 35mm, which also includes network connectivity. It is suitable for scenarios such as as a personal server, intelligent voice assistant, and for robotic development. We have prepared a wiki guide for this kit so that you can quickly get started!
Seeed Weekly Show¶
As you all know, we have a weekly video series on YouTube named "Seeed Weekly Show" and we bring you many updates each week. This is our 28th successful week for the show and we hope to bring you more exciting stuff in the future! So, sit back, relax and enjoy our show!
Wio Terminal Classroom with IoT¶
We are excited to release the third edition of the Wio Terminal Classroom Series; Wio Terminal Classroom with IoT! This is our second episode of the third edition of the series and we thank you all for staying with us! In this show, Lakshantha explains how to use Wio Terminal as an IoT device and build IoT projects using the Wio Terminal! So we request you to stay tuned with our show and we hope this helps you to gain more knowledge on how to program with the Wio Terminal!
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