The Qduino Mini is a tiny Arduino UNO competitor with a higher price than Arduino UNO, but with more attributes. The board features a 32KB self-programming flash program memory, 26 digital I/O pins, 7 digital I/O PWM pins, 12 analog channels, and a built-in battery charger.
As a fan of Arduino products, the Qduino couch my attention since the board is open-source and Arduino compatible. This means that you can use it with Arduino shields, modules, and software.
The battery monitor lets you query the battery voltage and display the value on the USER LED. This feature helps a lot if you’re interested in monitoring the battery level. Also, the board comes with a battery charging circuit to charge the battery via USB.
The board has a price of $29.95 and is currently available for pre-order with an expected release date of early 2016. Just to get you an idea about the prices, the Arduino UNO Rev 3 is available at a price of $15.67.
This post was only an introduction of the most important features of the Qduino Mini V2. To find all the specifications and availability of the board, please check this page.