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Realtek's RTL8722DM development board has recently added support for the Arduino IDE. It is an IoT-ready MCU powered by an ARM Cortex-M4 core at up to 200MHz coupled with a Cortex-M0 core at up to 20MHz. It is specially designed to be pin-compatible with the Arduino UNO, can be programmed using the Arduino IDE and supports most of the Arduino base examples and expansion boards. In addition to the standard MCU... Realtek RTL8722DM Arduino Compatible WiFi + BLE IoT development board [...]

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Just use buzzer and RTL8722 and play with some music haha. [...]

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