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 You can now build personal robots from scratch without high programming skills and at an affordable price. RoboCORE gives you the hardware and software to build almost any robot you can imagine. What's more, it’s not dependent on any particular mechanics system, so you can use simple metal constructions,​ as well as LEGO® bricks. You can now build personal robots from scratch without high programming skills and at an affordable price. RoboCORE gives you the hardware and software to build almost any robot you can imagine. What's more, it’s not dependent on any particular mechanics system, so you can use simple metal constructions,​ as well as LEGO® bricks.
  
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 You can also connect your smartphone or USB camera to RoboCORE in order to unlock some cool [[wp>​telepresence]] features. RoboCORE is not just a driver, it’s a whole ecosystem. It allows you to create advanced constructions for anyone. Stretch your brain cells, develop the passion and discover the new opportunities. You’ve got your own personal computer, now it’s time for your personal robot. Share our passion for robotics! You can also connect your smartphone or USB camera to RoboCORE in order to unlock some cool [[wp>​telepresence]] features. RoboCORE is not just a driver, it’s a whole ecosystem. It allows you to create advanced constructions for anyone. Stretch your brain cells, develop the passion and discover the new opportunities. You’ve got your own personal computer, now it’s time for your personal robot. Share our passion for robotics!
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 | Microcontroller | 32-bit Cortex-M4, 168MHz, 1MB Flash, 192KB RAM, 210DMIPS | | Microcontroller | 32-bit Cortex-M4, 168MHz, 1MB Flash, 192KB RAM, 210DMIPS |
 | Supply voltage | 6 - 16V | | Supply voltage | 6 - 16V |
-| Dimensions ​[mm] | 126 x 114 x 27 +| Dimensions | 126 x 114 x 27mm (with casing) ​|  
-| Weight ​[g] 240 +| Weight | 151g 
-| Output ports type | 6 [[hardware:​hmotor|hMotor]] outputs with H-bridges and quadrature encoder interface |+| Output ports type | 6 [[robocore:hardware:​hmotor|hMotor]] outputs with H-bridges and quadrature encoder interface |
 | Output ports parameters | 1A average current, 2A peak current, PWM 100...22000Hz | | Output ports parameters | 1A average current, 2A peak current, PWM 100...22000Hz |
-| Input ports type | 5 [[hardware:​hsensor|hSensor]] inputs with 2x GPIO + ADC + [[hardware:EXTI|ext. interrupt input]]|+| Input ports type | 5 [[robocore:hardware:​hsensor|hSensor]] inputs with 2x GPIO + ADC + [[robocore:hardware:exti|ext. interrupt input]]|
 | Input ports parameters | 3.3V/5V tolerant GPIOs, 12-bit ADC, 5V output for sensor supply | | Input ports parameters | 3.3V/5V tolerant GPIOs, 12-bit ADC, 5V output for sensor supply |
-| Connectivity | CAN, USB Full Speed Host, Serial port with FTDI and micro USB connector, microSD card slot, SWD debugger interface, USART, SPI, I2C interfaces ​|+| Extension ports | 2 hExt ports with GPIO, ADC, SPI, I2C and USART interfaces | 
 +| Connectivity | CAN, USB Full Speed Host, Serial port with FTDI and micro USB connector, microSD card slot, SWD debugger interface |
 | Connectivity with Intel Edison | the same as above + Wi-Fi + Bluetooth + USB 2.0 Host + audio output | | Connectivity with Intel Edison | the same as above + Wi-Fi + Bluetooth + USB 2.0 Host + audio output |
  
 ==== What can I do with RoboCORE? ==== ==== What can I do with RoboCORE? ====
  
-Our hardware was designed to+Our hardware was designed to:
  
-make both autonomous and remotely controlled constructions;​ +  * make both autonomous and remotely controlled constructions;​ 
-control the attached motors and modules; +  ​* ​control the attached motors and modules; 
-collect and use measurement data from the sensors; +  ​* ​collect and use measurement data from the sensors; 
-communicate with the outside world via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.+  ​* ​communicate with the outside world via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
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 +There are many different scenarios for using RoboCORE – building telepresence robots, driving, swimming or manufacturing devices.
  
 See also our **Kickstarter** campaign page: \\ See also our **Kickstarter** campaign page: \\
 [[https://​www.kickstarter.com/​projects/​1992634922/​robocore-the-heart-of-your-personal-robot|RoboCORE:​ the heart of your personal robot]] [[https://​www.kickstarter.com/​projects/​1992634922/​robocore-the-heart-of-your-personal-robot|RoboCORE:​ the heart of your personal robot]]
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