The Arduino Uno is probably one of the most iconic microcontroller boards for makers. Over the last 10 years, hundreds of thousands of these blue boards have been the heart of millions of projects. I myself have had a few dozen projects with the Uno at the core. However, I felt that there were some issues with the Arduino Uno, so I decided to make my own version; the Uno +.
The Uno Plus keeps the same form factor and pinout as a traditional Arduino Uno, as well as the same microcontroller (in DIP format too, since that comes in handy a lot and many clones switch it for a QFP). There are a few key differences between the two;