Mbits is a BBC micro:bit compatible STEM educational board from Elecrow based on ESP32 SoC. Mbits costs less than micro:bit and supports Letscode visual programming and Arduino.
Espressif has announced a new RISC-V SoC called ESP32-H2 with IEEE 802.15.4 (Thread & Zigbee) and BLE 5.2 capabilities. The product is aimed at Smart Home and IoT applications.
QUARK is an open source handheld electrical measurement and debugging tool designed by Sergey Ismulin. It is based on ESP32 and uses the Arduino framework.
Espressif Systems released their new ESP32-WROOM-DA module with high reliability wireless connectivity using unique two-antenna design.
Arduino released a new microcontroller board called Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect based on the Raspberry Pi RP2040. The board adds Wi-Fi and Bluetooth BLE 5 capabilities, and is specifically designed for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
Nordic Semiconductor and Hackster.io are collaborating on an open contest - Advanced Wearables - to find best wearable device designs.
Arduino Pro has released a remote monitoring and control solution called Arduino Edge control. The board features uBlox Nina B306 BLE 5 module and two Arduino MKR expansion slots.
Espresssif announced their new Wi-Fi 6 and BLE 5 System-on-Chip based on RISC-V CPU core. The Wi-Fi radio is backward compatible and targets low power Internet of Things (IoT) applications.