Re: Windows Serial Port Problem

Jon Titus, KZ1G <tituskz1g@...>

Counterfeit boards bear marks that make them look like boards.  (Much like counterfeit watches marked as "Rolex.")  People can get tricked into buying boards with a USB, or other chip, that makes them compatible only after they download special drivers, etc.  If a company produces an Arduino clone they should mark it as such.  They also should note that a given board is compatible with an Arduino XXX, but is a product not of but of another company.  Be careful what you buy and read the specifications carefully.  Just my opinion from experiences with Arduino boards.
Jon Titus, KZ1G
Herriman, UT USA

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