The micro:bit 2.0 modules are expected to be out of stock until at least April 2022. We may occasionally be able to release small batches of micro:bit v 1.5 GO and micro:bit v 1.5 CLUB bundles. Sign up on the Waitlist on each product page if you wish to be emailed when stock becomes available.
micro:bit 2.0 GO Bundle Overview:
The micro:bit 2.0 GO Bundle includes the micro:bit 2.0 module, battery pack, two AAA batteries, and USB cable, in a box.
The BBC micro:bit v2.0 will will be completely familiar to anyone who has used the original device. It’s the same size, shape and looks very similar — and functions the same way. Programs written for the prior version run on version 2.0 with the same editors. However, the micro:bit v2.0 features several significant additions related to program memory (3.5x the code space for cyber:bot Python scripts), a touch-pad button, speaker and microphone. These hardware additions expand the kinds of applications students may build.
Some additional refinements include a notched edge connector, power LED, and an exposed, gold-plated antenna to identify the radio/Bluetooth component.
For a full educational platform with micro:bit Python programming and breadboard-based circuit-building, see the What’s a Microcontroller with Python and micro:bit – Complete Kit
micro:bit 2.0 Module Features:
- Hardware sensors and I/O devices in the original BBC micro:bit are included
- On board speaker
- Microphone with LED indicator
- Touch-sensitive logo
- Built-in sleep/off mode that allows power-down with batteries connection
- Discrete on-board regulator to supply up to 200 mA of current to external devices
Refer to microbit.org for official, complete specifications.