PICO comes in a tiny 0.6" x 0.6" inches package, making it perfect for projects where size and weight matter. But, that's not all, as it now has 12 digital and 5 analog I/O pins, and still supports native USB in its tiny package. Also, you will be able to use the SPI pads to modify the firmware you want to PICO, and modify it your self to achieve complete freedom while using it. Making it the perfect development board to use in portable, tiny, and wearable projects.

PICO's Features

pico small size

0.6” x 0.6” Size

Eliminate the limitations caused
by size and flexibility

pico native usb support

Native USB Support

Connect your PC using the very
popular USB micro

pico standard pin headers

Standard Pin Headers

Standard pin headers make it
easy to use breadboards 

pico preflashed bootloader

Preflashed Bootloader

PICO is ready to rock, straight
out of the box

pico spi pin outs

SPI Pin-Outs

Have extra bootloader
customization potential

pico clothing compatible

Clothing Compatible

Have the ability to attach it
to anything, including clothes

Let's Talk About Size


Home Ambient Lighting

Home Ambient Lighting

In this project we are going to use PICO to create an ambient light that you can put anywhere in your house, and control using your phone. It uses PICO,...

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RGB Thermometer Using PICO

RGB Thermometer Using PICO

You will be creating an automated thermometer that changes its color depending on the temperature around it. It will be using a temperature sensor to read the surrounding temperature, and...

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Smart Home Lighting

Smart Home Lighting

Learn how to create a light system that automatically turns on or off, depending on the lighting conditions around it by using an LDR. You will learn how to work...

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Digital Hourglass Using PICO

Digital Hourglass Using PICO

We all have started working on a project for an hour, only to end up working on it for 3 hours unknowingly. And today, we're going to fix this problem,...

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Size0.6" x 0.6
1 Gram
Digital I/O Pins12
PWM Channels4
Analog I/O Pins4
DC Current per I/O Pin20 mA
SRAM2.5 (ATmega32u4) 
Reset Enabled1 pin/button
Operating Voltage5 V
Input Voltage7-12 V
BootloaderArduino Leonardo
Flash Memory32KB (ATmega32u4) 4KB which are used by the bootloader
Clock Speed16 MHz
Size:0.6" x 0.6"Reset Enable:1 pin/button
Weight:1 GramMicrocontroller:ATmega32u4
Digital I/O Pins:12Operating Voltage:5 V
PWM Channels:4Input Voltage:7-12 V
Analog Input Channels:4Bootloader:Arduino Leonardo
DC Current per I/O Pin:20 mAFlash Memory:32KB (ATmega32u4) 4KB which
are used by the bootloader
SRAM:2.5 (ATmega32u4)Clock Speed:16 MHz

PICO's Pin-outs

  • PICO's Documentation
  • PICO's Hookup Guide
  • PICO's Pin-outs