10 Reasons Why the Wio Terminal Is the Last DIY IoT Device You Need

10 Reasons Why the Wio Terminal Is the Last DIY IoT Device You Need

Seeed Studio, the leader in IoT developer kits and the creator of the popular Grove platform, launched a new product called the Wio Terminal. Here are 10 reasons why Wio Terminal is the last IoT device you would buy.

Seeed Studio, the leader in IoT developer kits and the creator of the popular Grove platform, launched a new product called the Wio Terminal. As an electronics and IoT enthusiast, I was looking forward to exploring this device. I recently managed to get hold of a couple of Wio Terminal devices, and I must say that I am not disappointed.

Here are 10 reasons why Wio Terminal is the last IoT device you would buy.

  1. Arduino Compatibility
  2. Wireless Connectivity
  3. Integrated Sensors
  4. Software Support
  5. Built-in LCD
  6. Broad Protocol Support
  7. Buttons and Joystick
  8. Grove Connectors
  9. MicroSD and OTG Support
  10. Runs TinyML Models

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