MIT Handyboard

the MIT Handyboard is primarily designed for robotics integration. The 6811 microcontroller system is based on the 52-pin Motorola MC68HC11 processor, with 32K of static RAM, four outputs for DC motors, a connector system for pluggable, active sensors, an LCD screen, and a rechargable battery pack. It has similarities to the 6.270, MB Mini Board, and the RCX Brick, but overall offers quite a bit more ease of adoption for the power.

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