There are so many Adafruit microcontrollers that are compatible with CircuitPython, choosing a board can be overwhelming. Perhaps you have a feature in mind that you're looking for. This helps narrow it down, but there may be multiple boards with that feature. So what can you do? Check out this guide!

This guide breaks down the CircuitPython compatible Adafruit microcontrollers into feature categories. Within those categories, each board has text explaining its other features to explain why you might choose it over another board.

For example, let's say you want a board that's WiFi enabled. Great! But which board do you choose? Maybe a built-in display would be ideal for your WiFi project. Check out the WiFi Enabled page, scan through the boards, and get a feel for their differences. You could find that PyPortal is perfect for you!

This guide was first published on Nov 18, 2020. It was last updated on Apr 23, 2024.

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