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Arduino Uno VS Arduino Due VS Arduino Mega Pi benchmark
posted February 16 2015 17:57.10 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Educ8s.com compiled two benchmark videos with three popular Arduino boards. The idea was to find out which of these three boards offers the highest calculation speed of the Newton's approximation of pi. In the first video he compared the mighty Arduino Due against an Arduino Mega:

Following comes the Arduino Due vs the Arduino Uno


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