The Tomu: An Arm Microcontroller That Fits in Your USB Port

The Tomu, top (left) and bottom (right) next to a U.S. penny. (📷: Tim Ansell)
Tomu fits entirely inside a standard USB Type-A slot, except for a small area that pokes out to give you access to two buttons and two status LEDs. (📷: Tim Ansell)

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Alasdair Allan

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Scientist, Author, Hacker, Maker, and Journalist.

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