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BiBoard - High-performance ESP32 Quadruped Robot Development Board

Regular price $60.00 USD
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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Great Upgrade!

I upgrade from the NyBoard and it was well worth it. With the bluetooth, wifi, and uploading being built into the board it makes things a bit easier. Having more memory means there is no longer a need to comment out things for the IR remote because of space. I also purchase the voice control hat for the BiBoard and it brings things to the next level! Being able to just speak and have things happen is great. There are a few commands I didn't know existed, my new favorite is "angry" where he lays down and beats his paw! Too funny! This new board defiantly opens up even more development options and if you are like me the only ting to hold you back will be finding the time!


Tom Scanlan

The biboard is Just what I wanted. Arduino compatible, yet fast and lots of memory and communication built in.

Ryan Schultz
Great product, but would have done some things different.


1. much more processing power than the original board that came with the Bittle as it uses the ESP32 and not the ATMEGA328
2. The fact that it has a built in speaker is great and it's connected via a connector, which make using a different speaker an option.
3. Has a reset and a boot button, which is great.

1. No Grove connectors. I miss these as they made it convenient to experiment with external sensors. Having moved the ESP32 module, I believe they could have fit some grove connectors and still had the ability to put the original cover on bittle.

Other than the missing grove connectors, this is a great upgrade for the NyBoard