DX » Community » Reviews » Nano V3.0 AVR ATmega328 P-20AU Module Board + USB Cable for Arduino
Customer’s impression:
good Everything came correctly Nice but pricy
Create Review

Share your reviews,
photos and videos here!

Sort by
  • Latest Reviews
  • Most Helpful Reviews
  • Pro Reviews First
  • posted byramiil on 01/27/2015

    It works. I've bought it when it cost 11.9$ so it was chap as possible. It still working, I use it for my home projects.


    0 0 0

  • posted byericonetto on 01/04/2015

    Everything came correctly

    Impression:Everything came correctly;

    0 0 0

  • posted byLUCASLEITE on 12/04/2014

    Prons: It's plain perfect, a full functional arduino. Cons: None Other Thoughts: I recommend looking for the arduino pro mini. It's half the price and even smaller, the major difference is the usb connector, for this you would need a cheap converter. IMHO, the pro mini is a better bang for the Em... Read more

    Impression:Nice but pricy;

    0 0 0

  • posted bykasila on 05/27/2014

    The price is great. Got a couple of these just to play with different projects. Both are working and have not given me any problems. Comes with bootloader and is ready for use. The power led is quite bright blue, that can be annoying or useful - depending on the situation. The power consumption I... Read more

    0 0 0

  • posted bypaflviet on 05/26/2014

    - operates like an original Arduino Nano - comes with a preloaded bootloader - the status led is very bright, but is it a true cons ? Operated under Linux with the Arduino IDE, no problem. The Nano is perfect for prototyping on a breadboard or for projects used in a quiet place. If you're going a... Read more

    0 0 0

  • posted byjanaaage on 05/23/2014

    Works as expected. Comes with 'Blink' sketch already installed. Have even more IO pins than the UNO. Very poorly packed. Half of the pins were bent. The USB cable are a bit too short. It's hard to read the very small text by the pins on the board. Power LED is bright blue and the digital pin 13 a... Read more

    0 0 0

  • posted byisty on 04/13/2014

    Compact, good build quality, easy to learn layout, very easy to use for small projects Has less pins then its bigger brothers, but size comes with compromises, isn't it? The size of the board makes is perfect to drive a 25 addressable led project where you don' t need a high number of analog pwm... Read more

    0 0 1

  • posted bymikelunatiko on 04/09/2014

    Fits perfectly in a breadboard, so you can develop your DIY projects quick and with less wires. It's really small, like a little lighter. Works with Arduino IDE without installing any special driver (I tried it on WinXP and Ubuntu). No cons, the product worked as expected. If I had to complain is... Read more

    0 0 1

  • posted byanistor on 03/06/2014

    This is 100% Arduino Nano board. It is very cheap but the quality is very good. I purchased tens of them and all worked perfectly. Comes with USB cable (although quite short). It suitable for a large variety of projects. Basically it was impossible to beat this. That;s why I included in a lot of... Read more

    0 0 1

  • posted bymagicKratos on 03/04/2014

    One of the cheapest arduinos on the market. It works to 100% as it should. Can be programmed as an normal arduino nano with the atmega 328p. On it is a standard ftdi, so you can use it with the standard ftdi driver (important for mac users). Everything is allready soldered. The quality of the is... Read more

    0 0 0


Get great weekly deals and offers like: Collections