Teagueduino: the snap-and-go Arduino

An Arduino work-alike with plug-in components.

On August 22nd Teague Labs will launch the Teagueduino, an open source hardware system based on Arduino.

Teagueduino is an open source hardware platform that makes Arduino a whole lot easier! There’s realtime feedback, always-valid code creation, and no soldering required. Teagueduino is designed for anyone interested in quickly making electronic projects, regardless of their background.


The snap-and-go system is reminiscent of Gadgeteer, the open source hardware system about to be launched by Microsoft. Perhaps this plug-in system is an inevitable improvement to open source hardware.

If you’re in the Seattle area, you can go to the launch party:

Monday, August 22nd
6pm–9pm

Metrix Create Space (Capitol Hill)
623A Broadway East
Seattle, WA 98102

Otherwise, you can look through the flickr photo pool and pre-order the Teagueduino through Kickstarter starting August 22nd.

Via Make

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