The Raspberry-Pi Pico microcontroler, a powerful dual core for C++ or MicroPython development - with soldered header
This is the version of the Pico with pre-soldered header. This product also exists without header.
Here is the very first microcontroler created by the Raspberry-Pi foundation: the RP2040. It is a Dual core Cortex-M0+ running at 133 Mhz supported by 2 MB of Flash (QSPI). The RP2040 does have 256 KB of RAM (~265Kio), which is a lot of memory for a microcontoler.
Under MicroPython, the RP2040 reserve ~128KB of flash for the filesystem.
The 26 GPIOs availables on the board does offers lot of possibilities: 6 bus (2x I2C, 2x SPI, 2x UART) that can be attached on so many places on the GPIOs thanks to the bus fabric. Be reasurred, MicroPython user will benefits from a default bus configuration. The RP2040 also provides up to 16 PWM channel, all the GPIOs are PWM capable. The board also feature 3 analog inputs (12 bits resolution, 500.000 samples per second).
The board doesn't fit SD card but the RP2040 does have a SDIO interface. The most advanced user could create a VGA interface (as described in the conception with RP2040 manual, see details on pico.raspberrypi.org).
Finally, the microUSB connector on RP2040 does support USB 1.1 Client/Host.
Just follow the link to the Pico (without header) product sheet.
For each order, you will receive a Raspberry-Pi pico board with soldered header on the GPIOs. Debug header not populated.