This is basically a clone of Adafruit's BoArduino except made on stripboard. There are pins soldered on the bottom so that it can plug straight in to a breadboard. Unlike the 'proper' BoArduino it doesn't have the power jack (you connect using the two pins bottom left) or the 6 way ISP connector. The latter is only needed if you intend reprogramming the bootloader on the AVR chip.
Jan. 15th, 2010
I'm still not well so this is my desk at home. The large monitor is connected to a Linux PC and my MacBook (Pro-lite). When using the Mac I use the Mac's screen for IM, Skype, IRC and Twitter clients; and the main screen for 'work'. The monitor also supports composite and S-Video connections suitable for older games consoles. It's also a USB hub so I just plug everything in to the monitor. I can see the sceen from my bed making it ideal for watching TV and movies in bed!