Arduino has over the years released over 100 hardware products: boards, shields, carriers, kits and other accessories. In this page, you will find an overview of all active Arduino hardware, including the Nano, MKR and Classic families.
Kits are a great way to get started with Arduino. The classic Starter Kit includes an Arduino UNO, a large set of electronic components, and a physical book with 15 chapters to help you get started.
The Oplà IoT Kit includes the components needed to build amazing IoT projects, and the Sensor Kit includes a set of great plug-and-play sensors and actuators. These kits also have their own dedicated content platform, with several cool projects to follow step by step.
The Nano Family is a set of boards with a tiny footprint, packed with features. It ranges from the inexpensive, basic Nano Every, to the more feature-packed Nano 33 BLE Sense / Nano RP2040 Connect that has Bluetooth® / Wi-Fi radio modules. These boards also have a set of embedded sensors, such as temperature/humidity, pressure, gesture, microphone and more. They can also be programmed with MicroPython and supports Machine Learning.
The MKR Family is a series of boards, shields & carriers that can be combined to create amazing projects without any additional circuitry. Each board is equipped with a radio module (except MKR Zero), that enables Wi-Fi, Bluetooth®, LoRa®, Sigfox, NB-IoT communication. All boards in the family are based on the Cortex-M0 32-bit SAMD21 low power processor, and are equipped with a crypto chip for secure communication.
The MKR Family shields & carriers are designed to extend the functions of the board: such as environmental sensors, GPS, Ethernet, motor control and RGB matrix.
In the Classic Family, you will find boards such as the legendary Arduino UNO and other classics such as the Leonardo & Micro. These boards are considered the backbone of the Arduino project, and has been a success for many years (and more to come).
In the Mega family, you will find the boards for the projects that demand lots of computing power and GPIO pins.
To view all retired Arduino products, please visit our Retired Products & Legacy Documentation page. This includes all legacy products, getting started guides and other documentation that is considered legacy.